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CONTENTS 



UNIVERSITY 

ILLI-NOISE 

ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS 

ATHLETICS 

RESIDENCES 

SENIORS 

CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES 



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1958 ILLIO 



UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 
URBANA ILLINOIS 



Mario Lange Editor 

Jo Ann Hostettler Business Manager 

Fylis Mandell Associate Editor 

Janet Sheaffer Associate Editor 

Barbara Williams Associate Editor 

Janet Nichols Associate Business Manager 

Jack Kenward Chief Photographer 

Bhodes Myers Assistant Photo Chief 

Walter Linne Artist 






From Freshman Days on, our Alma Mater has guided us. Through the rich 
and traditional heritage of our University we have discovered broader horizons 
and have acquired convictions that will help us to fulfill our responsibilities in 
a complex society. From enriching experiences and treasured friendships we 
have here accumulated countless memories — memories that need not be for- 
gotten. For here is our campus, as we remember it: the tree-bordered quad- 
rangle; the chalk-white spire of the lllini Union at night; casual, yet friendly 
greetings of people you knew; the profs who endlessly graded papers; activi- 
ties and organizations that claimed your time and devotion; the sports you 
couldn't miss; the "home away from home" where you studied half the night; 
and the seniors, whose faces you'll miss next fall: all memories that will con- 
tinue to live in one volume, the 1958 ILLIO. 



Classical Greek influence extends from 
the most tangible things, such as campus 
architecture, to the modern democracy in 
which we live. Our university thrives on 
the results of the influential ideas of the 
Greek people. Among these results are 
science, philosophy, and art as we study 
and understand them today. 

Feeling that the foundations of our uni- 
versity and a great part of our culture has 
these classical roots, the artist has embodied 
a classical theme. By introducing the Greek 
love of simplicity and clear arrangement, 
he has created an over-all feeling of formal 
design, contrasting the classical elements 
of Greek antiquity with the classical ele- 
ments present in our culture today. 



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From in front of the Library, one views South Campus and David Kinley Hall, home of commerce students. 




Used by all students of astronomy, the Observatory supplies homework for star-gazers throughout the year. 




The chimes of Altgeld Hall mark time throughout the campus. One of the oldest University buildings, 
it formerly housed the College of Law and is now occupied by the Math Department. 




Our huge Armory houses the R.O.T.C. units, indoor track and other athletic events, registration, High 
School Circus, and the Illini Union spring event. 




Luxuriant Allerton Park, an estate operated by the University, annually attracts thousands 
for retreats, conferences, and picnics. 



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In the very heart of the campus, the Alma Mater stands as a symbol of the traditional heritage of the 
University of Illinois to students, alumnae, and guests. Over the years, Lorado Taft's sculpture has 
observed the constant growth and development of a~i institution founded by a handful of people and now 
serving many thousands. 



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UNIVERSITY 





OUR THIRTEENTH PRESIDENT 
DAVID DODDS HENRY 



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OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

University of Illinois 

Urbana, Illinois 



Dear Students, 

The ILLIO is a graphic presentation of life at the University of 
Illinois. The 1958 staff have caught the spirit and personality of a 
great institution and are to be congratulated for their achievement. 

The ILLIO should be something more than an album of pleasant personal 
recollections. The memories of friendships, of happy events, of exciting 
experiences are important outcomes of college life; but they are not very 
meaningful unless they serve to identify one with the ongoing work of the 
University itself. 

We hope that this year book will be a permanent reminder to all who 
see it of the basic importance of the University to them and to others. 
That the University occupies a central place in the welfare of the State 
and that its strength and future growth are vital to all the people is a 
thesis which requires continuing emphasis. 

The University is a partnership of many individuals and many groups. 
We hope that you will always be proud to be in that company and that your 
membership will be an inspiration to you all your life. 



Sincerely, 




President 



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THE BOARD 





Vernon L. Nickell 




William G. Stratton, 
Governor of Illinois 



EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS 

William G. Stratton . . . Springfield 
Governor of Illinois 

Vernon L. Nickell . . . Springfield 
Superintendent of Public Instruction 



Clarence W. Weldon 



Wayne A. Johnston 



Mrs. Frances B. Watkins 



Wirt Herrick 



Cushman B. Bisse 



OF TRUSTEES 




Park Livingston 
President of the Board of Trustees 



Park Livingston, President Mrs. Doris S. Holt 

Anthony J. Janata, Secretary Earl M. Hughes 

Herbert O. Farber, Comptroller Wayne A. Johnston 

Clarence W. Weldon, Treasurer Timothy W. Swain 

Cushman B. Bissell Mrs. Frances B. Watkins 

Wirt Herrick Kenney E. Williamson 





Anthony J. Janata 



;nney E. Williamson 



Mrs. Doris S. Holt 



Timothy W. Swain 



Earl M. Hughes 



Herbert O. Farber 




Arthur C. Willard 
President Emeritus 



ADMINISTRATIVE 
OFFICIALS 



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Lloyd Morey 
President Emeritus 





Herbert O. Farber 
Vice President and Comptroller 



Gordon N. Ray 
Vice President and Provost 



Vernon F. Kretschmer 

Director of lllini Union of the 

Housing Division 



Marietta Stevenson 
Director of the School of Social Work 



Charles W. Sanford 
Dean of Admissions and Rki 







Charles H. Bowman 
I Administrator of Health Service 



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Donald E. Dickason 
ecfor of Nonacademic Personnel 



Charles E. Flynn 
Director of Public Information 






Charles S. Havens 
Director of Physical Plant 




Royden Dangerfield 

Director of Institute of Government and Public 

Affairs 



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Director of Institute of Aviation 




Robben W. Fleming 

Director of the Institute of Labor and 

Industrial Relations 



Ralph F. Tesemann 
Legal Counsel 



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Fred H. Turner 
Dean of Students 



THE DEANS 



Edward E. Stafford 
Dean of Men 



Miriam A. Sheldon 
Dean of Women 



The great responsibility of providing for the 
welfare of each student at the University of Illinois 
lies with the deans. Their job is difficult; often 
they receive bitter attacks and little praise for 
their efforts. 

All petitions for scheduled events must be care- 
fully approved by Dean Fred H. Turner, who 
heads the Committee on Student Affairs. Often 
approval must be made in the face of conflicting 
recommendations. Petitions for all social events 
must go through the Dean of Women's Office. The 



screening process is not an easy job for this large 
campus. 

"Ex-officio" duties are also part of the hectic 
job. Someone always gets picked to serve on a 
contest judging committee. The bid for an all- 
campus dance always lists the deans as guests. 
Many times they must take part in a debate in a 
meeting of the housing group they advise. 

The deans work hard in performing the neces- 
sary functions of their office and maintaining good 
relations on all levels. 



Howard G. Neuberg 

Assistant Dean of Men 

Fraternity Men 



Eunice M. Dowse 
Assistant Dean of Women 
Residence Hall Counseling 



Robert A. Schuiteman 

Assistant Dean of Students 

International Students 



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Calvin S. Siffered 
Assistant Dean of Students 
Residence Hall Counseling 




Mary E. Harrison 

Assistant Dean of Women 

Independent Women 




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Assistant Dean of Students 

Student Employment 




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Robert W. Culp 

Assistant Dean of Men 

Independent Men 




Ann J. McNamara 

Assistant Dean of Women 

Freshman Women 



K. Patricia Cross 

Assistant Dean of Women 

Sorority Women 



Vern J. Hampton 

Assistant Dean of Students 

Student Organizations 




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Amos H. Watts 
President 



Eugene D. Funk, Jr. 
Vice President 



Herbert O. Farber 
Treasurer 



UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FOUNDATION 



The University of Illinois Foundation, which 
has 168 members, is a non-profit corporation whose 
function is to encourage gifts for the purpose of 
assisting the general educational and research pro- 
gram of the University. 

Through its Illini Achievement Fund, organized 
in 1948, and the income from its endowment funds, 
the Foundation has supported many projects of 
major importance to the University. 

One of the Foundation's opportunities for serv- 
ice to the University and the state is to provide 
thousands of dollars in grants which encourage re- 
search and aid staff members who have special 
training and talent in certain fields. 

Each year the Foundation provides scholarships 



for students who need financial help to further 
their education. These scholarships are awarded 
on the basis of high academic attainment and 
definite financial need. 

Another major division of the Foundation's work 
is library enrichment. Many important collections 
have come to the University Library through this 
program. 

Special projects, such as memorial funds, are 
carried out by the Foundation to meet specific 
needs of the University. The projects augment 
facilities provided by state funds and expand the 
services of the University to its students and the 
citizens of Illinois. 



William H. Butterfield 
Executive Director 



James C. Colvin 
Secretary 



Charles C. DeLong 
Assistant Treasurer 





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OFFICERS 

Walter C. Leek President 

Stewart D. Daniels 

First Vice President 

Leslie B. Wc-rthington 

Second Vice President 

Paul K. Bresee Treasurer 

Charles E. Bowen. .Executive Director 

James C. Colvin 

Editor, Illinois Alumni News 

Gene Vance Field Director 



Walter C. Leek 



THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 



Since 1873 the Alumni Association has worked 
to build a greater University of Illinois and to 
serve the alumni and students. More than 19,000 
Illini are dues-paying members of the Association, 
making it one of the largest alumni organizations 
in the nation. 

Through an extensive records system, the As- 
sociation keeps in touch with the vast Illini family 
throughout the world. Address and biographical 
information on these alumni is readily available 
to all Illini. 

Across the nation and overseas the Alumni As- 
sociation, through a network of Illini Clubs, brings 




alumni together for fellowship and for cooperation 
on projects of assistance to the University. 

Publishing the Illinois Alumni News is another 
service of the Association. Eight times a year its 
members receive this publication with its excellent 
coverage of University life and events. 

The Student Alumni Board, consisting of one 
member from each class and a representative from 
the I. U.S. A., is an important liaison unit between 
the student body and the alumni of Illinois. 
Through its varied activities it symbolizes the 
vital interest of alumni in student affairs and gen- 
eral well-being. 



James C. Colvin 



Gene Vance 





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Dean Louis B. Howard 



The College of Agriculture trains men and 
women for a variety of careers in agriculture 
and home economics. 

The instruction offered by the College on 
the Urbana campus makes up only one of 
three major divisions in the College. It also 
conducts the Agricultural Experiment Station 
for research in agriculture and home eco- 
nomics and the Extension Service which car- 
ries the results of this research to the people 
in the State. 

The ten departments of instruction are 
Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Engi- 
neering, Agronomy, Animal Science, Dairy 
Science, Food Technology, Forestry, Home 
Economics, Horticulture, and Plant Path- 
ology. 

By finding and teaching better ways to 
produce, process, and sell food and clothing 
materials, the College helps to insure a higher 
standard of living for the farmer and city 
people alike. 



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 



The ability to judge animals is tested through competition among 
teams such as the one pictured below. 



The College of Agriculture carries on research to bring about 
improved qualities of food products. 






The problems of national income are discussed in an economics class 



COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



The College of Commerce and Business 
Administration is organized under the teach- 
ing departments of Accountancy, Business 
Education, Business Law, Economics, Fi- 
nance, Management, and Marketing. 

The major aim of the College is to offer a 
variety of courses in a broad curriculum which 
should equip students to meet the problems 
of everyday living as well as for careers in 
business, economics, and the administrative 
branches of government. This is accomplished 
through training in modern business prac- 
tices and in the fundamentals of economics. 

A well-rounded program includes basic and 
general training with opportunities for spe- 
cializing in various fields. 

The College also conducts three bureaus— 
the Bureau of Commerce Placement, the 
Bureau of Business Management, and the 
Bureau of Economic and Business Besearch. 



Dean Paul M. Green 




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Dean B. L. Dodds 



Students in the College of Education are 
potential leaders in the fields of teaching, 
special educational services, and school ad- 
ministration. In the teaching field, under- 
graduate curricula are offered for both high 
school and elementary teachers and for teach- 
ers of the mentally handicapped and deaf 
or hard-of-hearing. The student gains prac- 
tical experience from the practice teaching 
system established by the College. 

Curricula draw on the broad resources of 
the University for general education. Gradu- 
ate courses are offered for the development of 
appropriate fields of specialization. 

Research is also a major facet in the work 
of the College of Education. The University 
High School provides facilities for the de- 
velopment and testing of new programs and 
teaching materials, while the Bureau of Re- 
search and the Office of Field Service con- 
duct programs of aid for public school systems 
in both fundamental and applied problems. 



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 



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Learning to use an essential tool of the trade 



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 



The College of Engineering, through its 
eleven departments, offers its students a thor- 
ough professional education for service to the 
state and nation. Classroom and laboratory 
instruction is supplemented by a large and 
active research program through which staff 
members can fulfill balanced roles. 

For students, the College emphasizes per- 
sonal contact with instructors and a wide 
range of student activities. These include 
eleven honor societies, sixteen student pro- 
fessional groups, and the Engineering Coun- 
cil to coordinate and represent the student- 
body opinion. These are supplemented by 
The Illinois Technograph student magazine, 
Engineering Open House which each year in 
mid-March draws some 15,000 visitors from 
the twin cities and the state at large, and, in 
the social realm, St. Pat's Ball, an engineering- 
sponsored all-University dance on Open 
House week-end. 

This combination of sound teaching in a 
research-balanced atmosphere and contact 
with one's fellows amid the diverse resources 
of a full university presents an unusual oppor- 
tunity for those who seek both breadth and 
depth in their education. 



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Dean William L. Everitt 





Dean Allen S. Weller 



The College of Fine and Applied Arts 
offers a wide variety of opportunities by 
teaching aesthetic knowledge and apprecia- 
tion as well as preparing students for pro- 
fessional careers. 

There are more architecture students at 
Illinois than in any other school in the United 
States. The other teaching departments in 
the College are Art, City Planning and Land- 
scape Architecture, and Music. In addition, 
the Small Homes Council and the Bureau of 
Community Planning carry on research and 
extension work. The University Bands are 
a separate division of the College. 

To promote interest in music, the College 
presents concerts by the various orchestras, 
choral and chamber music groups, recitals, 
public lectures, performances by the Opera 
Workshop, and year-round exhibitions in 
several campus buildings. The School of 
Music sponsors radio broadcasts over Station 
WILL. Distinguished visitors in the various 
teaching fields are frequently brought here. 
The College is also instrumental in the plan- 
ning of the biennial Festival of Contemporary 
Arts. 



COLLEGE OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS 



Architecture students sketch the new biology building 



Preparation for one of many concerts 





Problems of guidance and counseling are discussed in an education seminar. 



A graduate student conducts research in speech. 



GRADUATE COLLEGE 



Graduate studies at the University of Illi- 
nois began in 1892 when the Board of Trus- 
tees authorized four fellowships for post- 
graduate work to ". . . stimulate in all depart- 
ments the idea and habit of research. . . ." In 
the academic year 1907-08, the Graduate 
School (now College) was officially estab- 
lished as an educational unit of the Univer- 
sity. From a small beginning, the graduate 
student body has grown to 3,600, the third 
largest college on the campus. 

Graduate programs stressing independent 
work and individual research have been es- 
tablished in over sixty-five departments and 
divisions of the University. The four original 
fellowships authorized by the Board of Trus- 
tees have been increased to provide a sub- 
stantial number of awards for students of 
unusual promise. Other students of excep- 
tional ability gain valuable teaching and re- 
search experience through the many part- 
time assistantships which are available. The 
Graduate College has recently conferred 
about 1,462 Master's degrees per year and 
281 doctorates during the last calendar year. 



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Dean Frederick T. Wall 





Dean Theodore Peterson 



A new name and broader activities are the 
results of reorganization of the former School 
of Journalism and Communications, approved 
by the University Board of Trustees in June, 
1957, and effective last September. 

The new College takes over the Institute 
of Communications Research, which was 
formerly under the Graduate College, and 
continues to administer the Division of Uni- 
versity Broadcasting, formerly called the 
Office of Broadcasting. 

The three instructional divisions of the Col- 
lege offer students professional training in 
journalism, advertising and broadcasting. 
Housed in Gregory Hall, the College makes 
available an outstanding library, special class- 
room and laboratory equipment, AM and FM 
radio stations and a VHF educational tele- 
vision station. 

Courses in journalism have been offered by 
the University of Illinois since 1902. The 
School of Journalism was established 30 years 
ago, and the name changed in 1950 after the 
addition of the radio curriculum, since ex- 
panded to include television. 



COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM AND 
COMMUNICATIONS 



Journalism students gain experience through operations of the 
university radio station WILL. 



In typography lab, students learn one of the many phases in the 
field of journalism. 





The law student spends a large percentage of his time gather- 
ing material in the spacious, modern library. 



he law building is one of the newest and most famous campus landmarks. 



COLLEGE OF LAW 



Since its founding in 1897, the College of 
Law has been in the forefront in the move- 
ment for improvement of standards of legal 
education and admission to the bar in the 
United States. 

Training men and women for the practice 
of law is the primary purpose of the College. 
But its program is also valuable for those who 
become judges, legislators, and teachers of 
law, for administrators in government, and 
for executives in private business. It seeks to 
guide students in appreciating the functions 
of law in the social order and in aiding the 
law to keep pace with changing conditions. 
Its responsibility embraces much more than 
the mere learning of legal rules and formulas; 
it provides part of the educational foundation 
for men and women who will become leaders 
in community service and directors of public 
thought. 

The fall of 1955 marked the moving of the 
staff and facilities of the College to its new, 
modern building on south campus. 



Dean Russell N. Sullivan 




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Dean Joseph R. Smiley 



The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 
serves several major purposes. It provides for 
the traditional liberal education and also of- 
fers programs leading to professional degrees. 

Work in the College is divided into the 
following general areas: biological sciences, 
humanities, social sciences, and physical 
sciences. The general curriculum requires a 
nucleus of courses in these groups and a cer- 
tain amount of concentration in the subjects 
chosen as majors and minors. It leads to the 
Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science de- 
gree depending upon the field of concentra- 
tion and emphasis of study. 

The College also functions as a service unit 
for other colleges by offering curricula in pre- 
professional training for nursing, medicine, 
dentistry, veterinary medicine, law, and jour- 
nalism. This training includes work in Eng- 
lish, foreign languages, sciences, and social 
sciences, which constitute established all-Uni- 
versity requirements. 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND 

SCIENCES 



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LIBRARY SCHOOL 



The University of Illinois Library School, 
established sixty-five years ago, is the third 
oldest professional school on the Urbana 
campus. It has alumni in every state of the 
union and in at least twenty foreign countries. 

Students are prepared in the Library School 
for careers in all types of libraries: university, 
college, school, public, and special. Among 
its more than four thousand living graduates 
are numerous leaders of the library profes- 
sion, at home and abroad. 

Pre-professional library science courses are 
offered at the undergraduate level in the Edu- 
cation and Liberal Arts Colleges. The pro- 
fessional program is in the Graduate College, 
leading to Master of Science and Doctor of 
Philosophy degrees. 

The home of the Library School is in the 
University Library, the third largest of Ameri- 
can university libraries. The Library contains 
over three million volumes, among which are 
distinguished collections in many fields, sup- 
porting the work of all University depart- 
ments. 



Dean Robert B. Downs 




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Director Seward C. Staley 



The College of Physical Education is com- 
posed of four Departments : Physical Educa- 
tion for Men, Physical Education for Women, 
Recreation, and Health and Safety Education. 
Each of these Departments conducts profes- 
sional training programs in undergraduate 
and graduate work for both men and women. 

The College also conducts a service pro- 
gram in physical education for undergraduate 
students who, by University regulations, must 
earn four semester hours of credit in the sub- 
ject. This program is pointed at developing 
competency in the fields of sport, dance, and 
exercise; improving physical fitness; engen- 
dering appreciations of physical activity; and, 
for some, correcting or ameliorating physical 
defects or deficiencies. 

Established as a School at the University 
in 1933, and changed to a College in 1957, it 
is outstanding in conducting a program of 
fundamental research in motor, organic, and 
physical fitness, and formulating fitness tests 
for youth and adults. 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



Badminton is typical of the courses which offer a pleasant change 
of pace from the ordinary classroom. 



The members of a weight-lifting class will testify that P.E. builds 
as well as relaxes. 



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Counsel to veterans is often given through corres- 
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Director Bridgewater holds a conference with one of the many 
veterans enrolled in this division. 



DIVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES 
FOR WAR VETERANS 



The Division of Special Services for War 
Veterans has served Illini veterans since the 
end of World War II. General counseling 
and orientation to the University is available 
to all veterans as well as to the veterans en- 
rolled in the Division. 

The Division assists its students in prepar- 
ing individual curricula to meet specific edu- 
cational objectives based on need, aptitude 
and interest, eliminating some of the tradi- 
tional emphasis on required curricula. At the 
same time, the Division's regulations provide 
for a well-rounded education in the fields of 
science, humanities, social sciences, and com- 
munications. Successful completion of this 
program leads to the degree of Bachelor of 
Science from the Division of Special Services 
for War Veterans. 



Director Frank A. Bridgewater 




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Dean Charles C. Cavenv 



Established in 1946, the Chicago Under- 
graduate Division of the University of Illinois 
is now in its twelfth year of service. Students 
on the Chicago campus have the same status 
as those on the Urbana campus; they are 
offered the same courses, credit for which 
may be transferred downstate for continua- 
tion of study in their chosen fields. 

The Chicago Undergraduate Division of- 
fers : ( 1 ) the complete pre-prof essional stud- 
ies necessary for admission to the professional 
colleges and schools of medicine, dentistry, 
veterinary medicine, law, journalism, library 
science, and nursing; ( 2 ) the complete fresh- 
man and sophomore studies in liberal arts and 
sciences (including chemical engineering), 
commerce and business administration, engi- 
neering, architecture, physical education, ele- 
mentary and secondary education. 

By means of its educational, social and cul- 
tural program, the Chicago Undergraduate 
Division provides its students with the same 
high degree of service and excellence of edu- 
cational opportunity which are a tradition of 
the University of Illinois. 



CHICAGO UNDERGRADUATE DIVISION 



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A student learns by correspondence. 



DIVISION OF UNIVERSITY EXTENSION 



The Division of University Extension pro- 
vides the University of Illinois with a state- 
wide campus through its services to citizens 
who cannot study in residence. 

By means of short courses, conferences, ex- 
tramural classes, and correspondence courses, 
last year it extended the resources of the 
University to nearly 22,000 adult students 
throughout the state and in many other parts 
of the world. 

The Division administers the world's larg- 
est lending library of educational films; oper- 
ates Allerton House, famed University con- 
ference center near Monticello; arranges cul- 
tural and educational tours by student and 
faculty music groups to communities through- 
out Illinois, and operates a series of two-week 
Summer Youth Music camps for gifted grade 
and high school musicians. Summer exten- 
sion programs in art attract hundreds. 
Through its Police Training Institute and 
its expanding programs in firemanship and 
driver education training, the Division is 
bringing higher standards of safety to all 
residents of Illinois. 

Dean Robert B. Browne, who has headed 
the Division since its establishment in 1933, 



is assisted by a small administrative staff, 
augmented by members from the faculties 
of various schools and colleges of the Uni- 
versity. 

Dean Browne is also Dean of the Summer 
Session. 



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Dean Carl A. Brandly 



The broad scope and diverse responsibili- 
ties of Veterinary Medicine today require 
training of students toward both the basic 
and applied sciences. The problems involved 
in preventing and alleviating diseases that 
attack both wild and domestic animals as well 
as man are many and continuous. The chal- 
lenge to intellectual and scientific curiosity 
and the opportunities for service in the many 
areas of veterinary medicine are virtually un- 
limited. 

Graduate study, extension education, and 
veterinary medical research are also integral 
to the College's program. Instruction utilizes 
animal patients and specimens from the resi- 
dent and ambulatory clinics, and the research 
and diagnostic service centers. 

The Veterinary Medicine Building was 
completed in 1952 and a new large animal 
clinic was opened in 1955. 



COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE 



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REGISTRATION 

sounds to usher in the new term- 
sighs of the confused, groans of the 
frustrated, chuckles of the satisfied. 
. . . The armory is masqueraded with 
direction signs, snow fences, checking 
stations, instruction desks, cameras, 
cashiers and an endless number of 
students. First come the upper class- 
men, achieving their plateau of pri- 
ority through past struggles with IBM 
cards, closed class lists and conflicting 
schedules. Sophomores and freshmen 
follow on their heels. During these 
brief hours spent in the armory, all 
the technicalities of being a U. of I. 
student are taken care of: such things 
as identification cards, insurance, and 
tuition fees. Thoughts of registration 
are forgotten, as students literally 
dance into the new semester at the 
Registration Dance which climaxes 
the week. 



A rare ID card 





Some are able to sit back and relax during the rush. 



That long awaited break 




A hard work out by the glee club to maintain a national 
reputation 




Many work late to get the news to the campus by 
morning. 



A service to our state 




ACTIVITIES: 



sounds of the student body outside the classroom— the rap of a Senate gavel, the click of the re- 
porter's typewriter, the music of a singing campus, the discussion of a campus problem . . . 



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Relaxing between scenes at University 
Theatre 



Campus Chest takes a break for some fun. 





Right: The University Theatre stage crew provides 
muscle. 

Below, right: A session at the regional meeting of 
student unions held last spring 



Below, left: Ulio Beauty Finalists Clockwise, lower right corner, outer circle: Alex Crane, Mary 
Sue Drendel, Fran Wilhel, Liz Hamilton, Pat Houghton, Pat Long, Barb Morrison, Dee 
Yeager, Barb Langley, Peggy Phillips, Nancy Cook 

Clockwise, lower right: Laurel Baier, Shirley Moore, Audrey Tames, Ann Kretchmer, Kay Kibler 




The activities offered on the campus are as varied 
as the classes offered. The serious-minded student, 
interested in campus politics, may choose from 
Student Senate, Illini Union committees, and the 



"Y" organizations. For someone in search of ex- 
pression through the arts, there are opportunities 
in Orchesis, University Theatre, and the glee clubs. 



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HOMECOMING: 

sounds of a high-spirited, happy crowd of alums and 
students— the approving whistles for the smiling 
campus queen and her court, the wild cheers for 
the orange and blue at the Saturday game, the 
hearty applause for the talented entertainers at 
Stunt Show . . . Homecoming weekend is the climax 
of weeks of preparation, anticipation, and suspense. 
Excitement rises as the pep rally nears, bringing 
with it the coronation of "Miss Illinois" and her 
court. With grotesque monsters and menacing 
Indians to assure the returning alums of a "sure win" 
in the big game of the week, greek and independent 
houses compete for coveted trophies in the annual 
house decoration contest. The casual informality of 
after-the-game open houses is the setting for mem- 
ories re-lived and tales of days gone by. 






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Queen Carlotta and Number 77 



A cheer for the orange and blue 



The Homecoming Court: the people's choice 



Stunt Show: weeks of fruitful or fruitless practice 



AUTUMN: 



sounds of a busy, active campus— the frolicking laughter of a group raking leaves, the shouts and con- 
fusion of the annual turkey run, the means that accompany the first round of hourly s. They began as 
the momentary beauty of Indian Summer lures students from libraries and labs for a final round of 
picnics, street dances, and pajama races. 




Above, left: The campus pauses at 11:00 a.m. on November 11. 
Above, right: The nationally famous Block I presents its traditional stunt. 



Left: Cold weather and class spirit drive the pledges on- 
ward in the P-J races. 

Below: Necessary chores become an opportunity for fun 
and socializing. 




To the winner of Turkey Run 



DAD'S DAY: 



sounds of a special weekend— the cries of welcome when he arrives, the excited chatter of everything 
back home, the delirious uproar of the football afternoon, the enthusiastic applause of the concert at 
Smith . . . these combine to make Dad's Day weekend a very special weekend on the student's cal- 
endar. Just never knew what a wonderful pal and buddy Dad could be. 




Peek-a-boo! 



A big welcome for the money man 




The pause that refreshes (or crushes). 



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Few students realize that they study in one of the finest and largest libraries in the world. 




The Terrace becomes a place of study 
in warm weather. 



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The first Physics course is always the 
longest. 




STUDY 
AND LEARN: 

sounds with a purpose and potential 
—the heated but friendly discussion 
over the last problem on the exam, 
the steady scratch of the pen at three 
in the morning, the frantic plea of the 
coed to postpone the assignment just 
two days . . . Each year thousands of 
people flock to the U. of I. to teach, to 
study, and to work— to the classrooms, 
and lecture halls, to the libraries, and 
back to the house, for that final step- 
to absorb and comprehend those 
notes. Many and varied are the mem- 
ories which classes recall— that eight 
o'clock softball class, that three hour 
lab Saturday morning, and that dry 
lecture late in the afternoon. Yes, 
labor and learn, for all too soon se- 
mester exams roll around, and socializ- 
ing bows out to seminars and dates 
turn into study sessions. Coffee and 
"No-Doz" go hand in hand with those 
final cram sessions, when the only 
chatter heard is the hurried clatter of 
a typewriter down the hall as it taps 
out that last lab report. 



I'm more important, Dad! 



Time out for Suzy 




Occupational Therapy Class 



Daddy grinds out a report. 





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Art 118 on location at the Biology Building 





A DGS class goes star-gazing. 




Surveyors enjoy the good weather. A deserted street — illuminated by fire from midnight oil Food for the midnight snack 



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TGIF: 



sounds of a campus uninhibited, re- 
laxed, at ease— the voluminous roar 
of the numerous participants, the 
happy chuckle of the wealthy pro- 
prietor, the unusual message of the 
extemporaneous speaker . . . For col- 
lege life is not entirely academic. 
Coffee breaks, coke dates, and house 
exchanges make for variety through- 
out the week, but come Friday— and 
it's TGIFing time again. The trials 
and tribulations of books, classes, and 
profs are foreign to the exuberant 
attitude of the student body. Pizza 
and beer are in order as an easy tran- 
quilizer for any lingering headaches. 
Troubles and cares dissolve in a cool 
refreshing glass, a lusty round of 
songs, a throaty laugh of the girl at 
the next table, as students seek dis- 
traction and relaxation. Whether it's 
bowling with the gang at the Illini 
Union, rushing for the 4:45 and a 
weekend at home, or a "short one" 
with the boys in Kam's basement- 
relax and Thank God, It's Friday! 



Dim smiles over the heads of beer 



Off with the coat, have a seat . . . and a glass 




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Right: Many see the Combesmen in action. 




Hark! The Herald Angels shout, 
"Two more days 'til school is out!" 



The Union puts on a festive air. 




Right: Parties are held for the underprivileged. 



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WINTER: 



sounds of a festive campus bustling 
with activity — the merrymaking and 
gaiety of Yuletide activities and par- 
ties, the steady undertone of assign- 
ments, and those inevitable finals . . . 
as the thermometer gradually sinks 
downward, and snowy, rainy weather 
becomes the daily forecast, as the 
gridiron garb is packed away and stu- 
dents realize there are only thirty- 
five more days before finals— these are 
the annual events that usher in winter 
on the U of I campus. Seldom does 
the student's life gain such momentum 
as through these busy weeks prior to 
the holidays. Academically the list 
includes volumes of reading, term 
papers, hour exams, quizzes, themes, 
and headaches. On the lighter side, 
the season is a whirlwind of concerts, 
dances, parties, and basketball games. 
With Christmas in the background, 
the campus is trimmed in festive lights 
and greenery, and groups of campus 
carolers are not uncommon at the 
neighboring hospitals and homes. It's 
a busy, happy life with everyone an- 
ticipating the long awaited vacation; 
yet all is toned down by the nearing 
finals of January. 





Winter causes many inconveniences. 




A heavy snow, a biting wind, a sub-freezing temperature, and the campus becomes a Winter Wonderland. 



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The Military puts on a display for the campus. 



Above: The Panhel Ball crowds the floor of Huff. 



Left: The dance must go on, in spite of the weather. 



Below: A pleasant twist in dating 





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The long line for the show on weekends 




DATING: 



sounds of evening on the campus— the music of 
the dance band, the jazz session, the record player 
turned low, the laughter and gaiety of the casual 
date, the silence of the front hall at twelve fifty- 
five. ... To the "happy medium" collegiate, a 
college education means studies and social life. 
And dates on the campus come in assorted shapes 
and sizes. Costume parties, picnics, movies, and 
formal dances are just a few. The Panhel and 
Military Balls are highlights of the year's social 
calendar. But whatever the occasion, there is al- 
ways that all-important telephone call and the 
planning of what to wear. As the time approaches, 
the hectic scramble begins: the men try to get 
that extra smooth shave while the girls attempt 
to beat down that loose strand of hair. The effort 
is worth it, for those fleeting hours of gaiety and 
laughter are pleasant interludes to the ever-con- 
stant grind of studies. 



A short ride, a show, and coffee are a standard date. 



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The long gray line for McKinley's late service. A large turn-out is aided by crisp weather 
and new-fallen snow. 




Feeding the masses at Supper Club 





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RELIGION: 



sounds that rise above the din of the 
campus life, the reverent hush of the 
student chapel, the quiet (and some- 
times heated) discussion that searches 
for answers to real problems, the choir 
of voices lifted in songs of praise and 
thanksgiving. 

The various churches and religious 
groups on campus offer all students 
inspiration as well as fellowship. One's 
sense of duty toward his fellow man 
is sharpened through worship, work 
and play with others. The Y.M.C.A. 
and Y.W.C.A., organizations based on 
the Christian way of life, sponsor ac- 
tivities ranging from the Annual Doll 
Show to the International Supper. 
The yearly Hillel Seder highlights the 
Passover Festival Celebration. Al- 
though typically celebrated at home, 
there is a large communal celebra- 
tion at Hillel so that those away from 
home may participate in this meal. 

In the silence of a chapel, in the 
peacefulness of the organ prelude, or 
in the beauty of the campus in any 
season, one receives an awareness of 
an Almighty Power and an assurance 
of an Eternal Partner. 



Communion at the NLC center 



The Lutheran Student 
Center socializes. 




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The Seder setting: the unleavened bread 
(Matzah); the greens, symbol of spring and 
redemption; the egg, symbolic of the Paschal 
Sacrifice of the Temple in Jerusalem; the bitter 
herbs, symbolic of slavery. 



Mass at Saint John's Catholic Chapel 





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The Union terrace conies alive. 




In the center of the Quadrangle, where thousands of students work, two 
persons find time to be alone together. 



Studying moves outdoors. 



SPRING: 



sounds of a campus moving to the 
out-of-doors— the strains of the con- 
cert band across the quadrangle on a 
quiet Wednesday evening, the laugh- 
ter of the strolling couple discovering 
again the beauties of the campus in 
April, fanciful melodies of the sere- 
nade floating on the night air . . . 
spring time on campus is delightful 
romance. Sudden cloudbursts, steady 
drizzles, and just plain rain are fa- 
miliar bywords of spring on campus. 
But there's magic under those thick 
grey clouds, and soon bright green 
buds adorn the trees, which only a 
short while ago were barren and 
naked in the winter sky. As nature 
awakens a drowsing campus, so stu- 
dents leave their hibernation in stuffy 
classrooms for fresh air and sunshine. 
Instructors yield to the temptation 
and lead their classes out-of-doors. 
Evidence of spring fever can be found 
under almost every tree, where a stu- 
dent, attempting to study in the cool 
retreat of the shade, lets a book slide 
from his fingers as his head nods in 
a dreamy doze. 



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ENGINEERING OPEN HOUSE 

sounds that suggest the learning of science and technology . . . annually the engineers on campus open 
their doors to the public with amazing and interesting developments and unusual phenomenon in their 
particular fields. The engineers enjoy a day free from classes, and the general public is treated to an in- 
teresting exhibition in a wide variety of fields. 




4IMKS 




Above, left: A lesson in casting is given for the layman. 



Above, right: Sanitation Engineers do the impossible: Bone Yard water is purified 
drinking! 



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A visitor is fried by the electrical engineers. 

The ceramic engineer has an interest in the domestic 
side of things. 




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"Why?": a question asked by all. 



SPRING FAIR: 



sounds of a high-spirited, laughing campus— the swing of a snappy jazz band that sets toes tapping, 
the clamor of the masses that circulate among the colorful sideshows, the persuasive cry of the char- 
latan from his bizarre booth. . . . Spring Fair is an afternoon and evening of festive entertainment, 
preceded by hours and hours of planning, constructing, assembling and a little socializing. 




Right: The orchestra and the leads 




MOTHER'S 

DAY: 



Spring Musical: A scene from Finian's Rain- 
bow 



The Terrapins culminate weeks of practice. 



sounds of a special weekend honor- 
ing great ladies— the excited welcome 
of a happy reunion, the deserving ap- 
plause for those recognized at honors 
day, the murmured approval of the 
lovely queen as she passes by . . . it's 
a busy weekend for Mother and her 
coed, often beginning with a Friday 
evening at the annual Shi-Ai Sing, or 
an entertaining visit to University 
Theater for its special performance. 
The calendar is filled with numerous 
activities and programs for the hon- 
ored guests. Saturday morning finds 
Mother meeting her associates at a 
coffee hour, then assembling on the 
quadrangle for the Mother's Day 
Queen Procession and Coronation. 
Next on the ladies' agenda is an eve- 
ning of entertainment which again in- 
cludes a schedule filled with outstand- 
ing events — the Watcheka Sing, the 
Terrapin Show, and the Spring Musi- 
cal. Seldom does the campus see such 
an array of talent, and when could it 
be more appropriate than the week- 
end the University of Illinois honors 
its Moms. 



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sun in wool uniforms in order to 
please Mom. 




Sue Brunkow — 1957 Mother's Day Queen. The Queen is selected on the basis of brains, looks, and personality. 



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The long hard grind of finals 





A quiet place 




The water riot breaks the monotony. 



Getting ahead on the summer sun 



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EXAMS, GRADUATION: 



sounds that bring another semester 
to a close, the low, mournful moan 
emitted upon first glance of the final, 
the silence of the sundeck where 
ambitious, bathing suit clad coeds 
claim to be cramming, the first splash 
of water that later sends the campus 
into complete and delightful chaos 
. . . exam week denotes sleepless 
nights, gallons of consumed coffee 
per day, nerves strained to the break- 
ing point, the longest three hour 
sessions of a lifetime, and finally that 
day when it's all over and the student 
has only to await the results. 

But for those whose aspirations 
have led them upward to the final 
goal, the finish of feverish week of 
finals brings other "Illi-noise" . . . the 
inspiring message of the commence- 
ment speaker, the trail of footsteps 
across the platform, and finally the 
sincere congratulations of a proud and 
happy family. 

Thus, these brief hours in the sta- 
dium climax, for many, the climb for 
the heights of education. But, aside, 
from the knowledge attained, each 
graduate has gained depth and 
breadth to his character from his 
experiences on the University campus. 



Only the stadium is big enough. 



Four years of hard work in order to walk the last mile 




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John Paul, President 
Lowry Bayley, Jr. 
Jack Beaupre 
Frank Hailand 
Sheldon Hauck 
Dale Houston 
Gordon Johns 
Thomas Johnston 
Fred Linkon 
Martin Maguet 
David Marblestone 
Ronald Maris 
Kenneth McKee 
Frank Millspaugh 
Alan Nudelman 
Donald Ohl 
Frank Schwartz, Jr. 
John Smith 
John Sprague 
William Sullivan 
Simeon Trotter 
Alfred Urbanckas 
John Voelpel 
Peter Weitzel 
Gene Wineland 
Russell Youmans 




MA-WAN-DA 



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Gail Wonderlin, President 

Mary Adsit 

Ray Barclay 

Dorothy Carter 

Marilyn Ebel 

Mary Ann Elson 

Jo Ann Hostettler 

Helen Hughes 

Jeanne Johnston 

Eleanor Kenny 

Mario Lange 

Mary Ann Lilja 

Barbara Luehring 

Freddie Mitchell 

Sara Mitchener 

Anne Naranick 

Judy Riemenscheider 

Barbara Seyler 

Nancy Taylor 

Sara Vaughn 

Barbara Williams 

Jo Ann Williamson 




Senior Women's Activity and Scholastic Honorary 

MORTAR BOARD 



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Nancy Jo Schrader, President 

Sharen Armstrong 

Dnanne Bean 

Deborah Blair 

Dorothy Brunkow 

Martha Davison 

Dianne Doolen 

Barbara Evans 

Madeline Genovesi 

Ann Gulder 



Sandra Halliday 
Joyce Hildenbrand 
Marion Hunter 
Bose Kehart 
Jane Lombard 
Fylis Mandell 
Lois Minute 
Sara Mitchell 
Dorothy Moore 
Janet Nichols 



Peggy Nolan 

Claire O'Connell 

Noreen O'Connell 

Janis O'Dell 

Marguerite O'Neil 

Nancy Paxton 

Ann Stewart 

Janet Turney 

Wanda Wyllie 

Ann McNamara, Honorary Membei 



SHORTER BOARD 




Senior Women's Activity Honorary 



Junior Women's Activity Honorary 



TORCH 



Carolyn Meadors, President 
Patricia Albee 
Carol Bahls 
Diane Baumann 
Nancy Beauman 
Kay Benedict 
Betty Blewett 
Nancy Boldt 
Edith Boyd 
Carol Brandt 
Barbara Brown 
Sue Buchheit 
Mary Lou Bush 
Sallie Cappa 
Patricia Claflin 
Patricia Clover 
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Delores Darby 
Linda Duncanson 
Joan Eggenberger 
Bochelle Ezer 
Patricia Freehill 
Lois Grant 
Linda Hale 
Margaret Heino 
Judith Hively 
Joanne Inness 
Barbara Isakoff 
Geraldine Johnson 
Sue Kahl 
Karen Kelly 
Grace Lemke 
Diane Nasiatka 




Margaret Otto 
Joyce Peters 
Gerry Bader 
Barbara Beardon 
Lois Bucker 
Mary Schumacher 
Maria Scofakes 
Janet Sheaffer 
Margaret Sisk 
George Ann Smith 
Judith Smith 
Nancy Swain 
Sue Teegarden 
Barbara Watkins 
Orra Lee Womeldorff 



William Forsyth, President 
Carl Budelsky 
Theodore Caiazza 
Kenneth Cocking 
Gene Corley 
Kenneth Cullen 
John Davis 
William Gabbard 
Jesse Hale 
Rodney Hanson 



Ernest Humphrey 
John Kating 
William Kirchhoff 
Kenneth Kirk 
Donald Long 
Norman Margolin 
Robert Mitchell 
Carl Noble 
Arthur Schankin 
Joey Schwaegel 



William Shaffer 
John Stanley 
Thomas Stark 
Cecil Stewart 
Larry Tompkins 
Ruxton Tucker 
John Voyda 
Harvey Wittenberg 
Robert Wood 



WA-NA-SEE 







Senior Men's Activity Honorary 



Junior Men's Activity Honorary 



SACHEM 



Phillip Dressel, President 
Donn Alspaugh 
David Cade 
Gerry Carlson 
Stephen Carmean 
Nicholas Carras 
Thomas Chandler 
Nicholas Derrough 
Jack Diederich 
Mark Durchslag 
Richard Ekin 
Phillip Field 
George Edgell 
Thomas Gabbard 



Leonard Gertler 
Hugh Graham 
Abraham Grossfeld 
James Grubs 
Thomas Haller 
Richard Hoff 
Alphonse Holtmann 
David Hunsaker 
Bradley Johnson 
Solomon Kamm 
David Kennedy 
Everett Kimmel 
Robert Klaus 
Richard Koeller 




James Leach 
J. Kent McHose 
George Niva 
William Offenbacher 
James Pinney 
John Ravencroft 
Charles Redmon, Jr. 
Norman Smith 
Edwin Snow 
David Stewart 
George Swift 
Roger Taylor 
Kent Whitten 

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CAMPUS 




Peter Weitze 
Editor, Daily Mini 



Mario Lange 
Editor, lllio 



Sheldon Hauck 
President, Mini Union 




Gail Wonderlin 
Associate Director, Campus Chest 



David Marblestone 
President, Student Senate 



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Dale Smith 
Football Captain 



Mary Ann Elson 
President, Women's Group System 



LEADERS 




L. H. Bayley 
President, Interfraternity 



Jo Ann Williamson 
General Manager, University Theatre 



Gordon Johns 
Student Director, lllini Union 




Rodney Hanson 
President, Tribe of lllini 



Barbara Williams 
Associate Editor, lllio 




Photos bij Heller's Studio 



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CAMPUS 




John Paul 
Basketball Captain 



Freddie Mitchell 
President, Women's Sports Association 



John Voelpel 
Co-Manager, Star Course 




Jo Ann Hostettler 
Business Manager, Illio 



Alan Nudelman 
Director, Campus Chest 



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Harvey Wittenberg 
Sports Editor, Daily Illini 



Nancy Taylor 
Student Director, Illini Union 



LEADERS 




Frank Hailand 
Track 



Fylis Mandell 
Associate Editor, lllio 



Larry Tompkins 
Head Cheerleader 




William Sullivan 
Student Director, Illini Union 



Barbara Seyler 
Production Manager, University Theatre 




Photos by Heller's Studio 



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CAMPUS 




Ronald Maris 
President, Y.M.C.A. 



Janet Sheaffer 
Associate Editor, Illio 



Kenneth McKee 
Senior Football Manager 




Shirley Moore 
Student Director, Mini Union 



Thomas Johnston 
Co-Manager, Star Course 



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Raymond Thonn 
Baseball Captain 



Sara Mitchener 
President, Panhellenic 



LEADERS 




William Shaffer 
President, Armed Forces Council 



Marilyn Ebel Jesse Hale 

Executive News Editor, Daily Illini President, Men's Independent Association 




Arthur Schankin 
Fencing Captain 



Barbara Luehring 
Vice President, Illini Union 




Photos by Heller's Studio 



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CAMPUS 





Simeon Trotter 
Personnel Manager, University Theatre 



Janet Nichols 
Associate Business Manager, IlHo 



Robert Norman 
Wrestling Captain 




Dorothy Brunkow 
Student Director, Illini Union 



Martin Maguet 
Intra-mural Manager 



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James Hubbard 

Manager, Student News and Information 

Bureau 



Orralee Womeldorff Meyer 
Secretary, Y.W.C.A. 




LEADERS 





Gene Corley 
President, Mens Glee Cluh 



Janet Brakensiek 
Campus Editor, Daily lllini 



Terry Wade 
Business Manager, Daily lllini 




Jack Beaupre 
Vice-President, Student Senate 



Charmaine Tourville 
Student Director, lllini Union 




Photos bi/ Heller's Studio 



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David Marblestone, president 



STUDENT 
SENATE 



The Student Senate is the representative 
undergraduate governing body for the Uni- 
versity. The membership includes twenty- 
eight district senators, two being elected 
from each of the fourteen districts by stu- 
dent vote, and fifteen ex-officio senators, 
selected by student organizations. This year 
the Student Senate provided for an addi- 
tional ex-officio position by including in its 
membership a representative from the Asso- 
ciation of International Students. 

Student Senate's function is to represent 
the student body to the administration and 
faculty, to appoint the student members of 
various University committees, and to exer- 
cise general policy-making authority over 
campus activities in conjunction with the 
Committee on Student Affairs. 

The bulk of Student Senate's work is car- 
ried out through an extensive committee 
structure. These committees formulate policy 
on many problems which face students. 



Tiij' row: Jack Beaupre, Jack Peterson. Jack Bedore, George Lackev, Donald Long, William Mavitv, David Brown, Thomas Johnston, Robert 

Backoff 
Second row: Joyce Weissman, Freddie Mitchell, Frank Millspaugh, Jeremiah Fruin, Thomas Stark. William Kirchhoff, Philip McClure, Michael 

Vaughan. Stephen Thomas, David Powell, Thomas Chandler, Audrey Rivkin, Rochelle Ezer 
Bottom row: Sandra Halliday, Jean McConochie, Alexis Michale, Carol Cox, Prof. King Broadrick, Prof. Halbert Gulley, David Marblestone, Prof. 

Valentine Jobst, Barbara Luehring, Geraldine Komosa, Sandra Underwood, Mary Anne Elson 




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Under a three-commission system, com- 
mittees study and propose action in such 
fields as traffic and safety, human relations, 
student discipline, student economic welfare, 
international student affairs, class and cur- 
riculum, National Student Association proj- 
ects, and changes in Student Senate by-laws 
and the Code on Student Affairs. 

The district councils, co-ordinated by the 
Senate's vice president, are composed of 
representatives from organized houses within 
each of the fourteen districts. They establish 
a close tie between the Senate and the indi- 
vidual students. 

One of the many educational projects Stu- 
dent Senate undertook this year was a Human 
Relations Conference held in October. For- 
eign and American students and faculty mem- 
bers participated in a discussion regarding 
the worldwide significance of discrimination 
in the United States. 




Committee Chairmen — Top row: Stephen Thomas 

Fourth row: Robert Backoff, Geraldine Komosa 

Thud row: David Brown, Alexis Michale 

Second row: George Lackey, William Mavity. Jean McConochie 

Bottom row: Thomas Chandler, David Powell 

Not in panel: Jeremiah Fruin 



Executive committee — Top row : Frank Millspaugh, David Marlilestone, Stephen Thomas 
Bottom row: Alexis Michale, Sandra Underwood, Jack Beaupre, Audrey Rivkin, Deborah Blair 



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Freshman council — Tup row: Robert Aten. Burton Friedlander, Rudolph Dorner, James Utaski, Robert Armstrong. Richard Keough, John Carr, Alan 

Buckles, Allan Samson, David Rademacher, David Abrahamson 
Bottom row: ('aria Kogan, llelinda Brcsee, Sharlene Pearlman, Lesta Elliott, Judith Johnson, Beth Dohme, Judith Morley, Bonita Anderhub, Marcia 

Morgan, Patricia Wagner, Elissa Weaver 



'The Senator" goes to press. 




The Freshman Council, chosen to "pro- 
mote the general welfare of the freshman 
class and to assist the Student Senate in its 
duties," was selected by interviewing at the 
beginning of the first semester. 

Realizing the problems that freshmen en- 
counter when entering the University, the 
Council's activities this year centered mainly 
around freshman orientation. Two commit- 
tees were organized, one which planned 
state-wide tours for pre-freshman orientation, 
and one which handled the problems of the 
freshman foreign student. 



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COMMITTEE ON 
STUDENT AFFAIRS 

The Committee on Student Affairs is a com- 
mittee of the Urbana-Champaign Senate, a body 
comprised of all the full professors on the Cham- 
paign-Urbana campus. The committee is com- 
posed of eight student members chosen by 
Student Senate, eight faculty members, and a 
faculty chairman. The faculty members are elec- 
ted by the Urbana-Champaign Senate. 

The Committee on Student Affairs serves as 
an advisory group in administration and policy- 
making to the Dean of Students and the Urbana- 
Champaign Senate. CSA also works in the field 
of extra-curricular activities as one of the prin- 
ciple contact points between representatives of 
the student body, the faculty, and the adminis- 
tration. 

The purpose of CSA is to provide valuable 
services to the student body such as assisting in 
setting up plans of self-government, supervising 
social events and activities, encouraging a sense 
of personal responsibility, preventing extra-cur- 
ricular activities from imposing on scholastic 
progress, and helping to organize and maintain 
living conditions which are safe, healthful, and 
moral for college students. 




Prof. Halbert Gulley, chairman 



The Committee on Student Affairs, in con- 
junction with the Student Senate, formulates 
policy and regulations which are based on the 
"Code on Student Affairs." This code is a set of 
standards and regulations which guide and direct 
the individual and organizational activities of the 
students. 



Top row: Prof. Ralph Mutt i, Thomas Chandler, Donald I>ons, Prof. Thomas Hastings, David Marblestone 

Bottom ro w : Frank Millspautjh, Dean Miriam Sheldon. Dean Dorothy Litherland, Dean Edward .Stafford, Prof. Halbert Gulley. Prof. Ralph John- 
son, Sandra Halliday, Mary Elson, Jack Beaupre 
Not in panel: Dale Dillard. Prof. Walter Johnson, Prof. Wendell Miller 



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Frank Millspaugh, chairman 



COORDINATION 
COMMITTEE 



The Coordination Committee, a sub-com- 
mittee of the Committee on Student Affairs, 
is responsible for supervising and adminis- 
tering regulations for dances, concerts, and 
other general University events. All petitions 
and specific details of the events must be 
submitted to the Committee for its approval 
before any further contracts or arrangements 
for the events can be made. Each spring the 
Committee prepares a calendar of events for 
the coming year, which is submitted to the 
Committee of Student Affairs. 

The Coordination Committee is composed 
of two faculty members, the Dean of Student 
Activities, and eight students representing 
various activities on campus. The Commit- 
tee, now in its tenth year, has been instru- 
mental in preventing program conflict and 
undue competition among student organi- 
zations. 



Top row: Prof. Walter Johnson, Jesse Hale, John Voelpel, William Kirchhoff, Michael Yaughan 
Bottom row: Deborah Blair, Rochelle Ezer, Frank Millspaugh, Barbara Luehring 
Not in panel: Prof. Wendell Miller, Dean Vernon Hampton 



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BOARD OF 
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Discussing the IF honoraries such as Skull and Crescent 



The Board of Fraternity Affairs, composed of three 
faculty fraternity men, three local fraternity alumni, 
the Interfraternity Council Executive Committee and 
the Dean of Fraternity Men, advises the IF Coun- 
cil. Besides acting as a board of appeals for the 
judicial committee decisions, the Board formulates 
the general policy of the Interfraternity Council. The 
fundamental aim of the Board is to help fraternities 
to take their proper place in the University. 



Hoard — Top row: Michael Vaughan, Paul Edgell, Phillip Dressel, George Smith, Delbert Denby, Paul Dittmer, Arthur Murray, Donald Long, 

Daniel Seiler, Gordon Kaplan, William Hayes, Lowry Bayley 
Bottom row: Dean Francis Koenig, T. C. Mooney, James Julian, Prof. William Ferguson, chairman; Dean Howard Neuberg, secretary; Prof. Karl 

Gardner 

Not in panel ; Albert Lorenz 



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Lowry Bayley, president 



INTERFRATERNITY 
COUNCIL 



The Interfraternity Council is the govern- 
ing and supervising body of all social fra- 
ternities at the University. This group has 
the notable distinction of being the oldest 
and largest organization of its kind in the 
United States, and in 1957 it was selected 
as the most outstanding council in the Na- 
tional Interfraternity Council. 

The Council is the legislative body of the 
fifty-seven fraternities on campus. Its func- 
tion is to protect and promote the individual 
houses. Current problems such as scholar- 
ship, activities, rushing, house finance, pledge 
training, house management, and public re- 
lations are discussed at regular meetings. 

IF Council is composed of the president 
and a junior representative from each fra- 
ternity on campus. These representatives 
serve as legislators and also on such com- 
mittees as pledge training, scholarship, Greek 
Week, intramurals, rushing, and public rela- 
tions. 



Executive roiiimittec — Tup run-: Michael Vaughan, Howard Neuberg, adviser; Phillip Dressel, Albert Lorenz, Paul Edgell, Lowry Bayley 
Bottom ron: : Gordon Kaplan, Daniel Seiler. Paul Dittmer, Donald Long, George Smith 




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Representatives — Top row: Gail Thwing, Donald Anderson, William Forsyth, John Marchetti, Richard Hoard, James Solomon, Sheldon Hauck, 

Allen Andersen 
Third row: John Knodle, Raymond Rezutka, Fred Hayden, Marvin Bamburg, Michael Berz, Robert Sullivan, George Bowman 
Second row: John Rowe, Fred Linkon, Conrad Hewitt, John Brinker. John Ravencroft, Robert Wehrle, Arthur Kroft 
Bottom row: Robert Backoff, Frank Spink, Jerold Hecktman, John Cross, Ronald Lee 
Not in panel : Kaye Schneider 



During the year the Interfraternity Council 
sponsors such events as Greek Week, IF Pajama 
Races, and Christmas parties for underprivileged 
children. IF also sends speakers to high schools 
throughout the state and promotes various com- 
munity projects. 



IF and Panhellenic send two representatives to 
the Inter-Club Council, composed of the local 
benevolent organizations to arrange for civic proj- 
ects to be carried out by the Greek system. Pan- 
hellenic and IF also join in publishing a monthly 
newspaper, The Illigreek. 



Representatives — Top row: George Smith, James Hardesty, Bruce Duff. Warren Gedstad, Lowell Schmidt, Kvans Mank, Ronald Engel 
Second row: Paul Dittrner, Charles Thompson, Henry Curtis, Charles Hirsch, Edward Lieske, Ralph Bennett, James Spoor, Phillip Dressel 
Bottom row: Silas Strode, Louis Antonelli, Jay Severance, Gerald Unks, Warren Malone, Paul Landgren 



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JUNIOR 

INTERFRATERNITY 

COUNCIL 

Besides serving as a training ground for 
Senior Interfraternity activities, Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council has three main objectives: 
the stimulation of pledge class interest in the 
affairs of the University, the maintenance 
of pledge class grades on a satisfactory level, 
and the investigation and improvement of 
rushing and of Greek-Independent relations. 

The Council consists of one delegate from 
every fraternity pledge class. Its affairs are 
conducted by committees. The executive 
committee formulates policy, and the activi- 
ties committee deals with social and scho- 
lastic problems of fraternity pledges. 

The Council planned the annual Junior 
Interfraternity dance, "Pin and Paddle Ball," 
and sponsored a queen contest in January 
and the Easter Egg Hunt in the spring. On 
Homecoming weekend pledge classes main- 
tained barriers on one-way streets to insure 
the smooth flow of traffic. 



Council — Top row: Edward Ryan, Roger Groth, William Lawrence, Steven Bostwick, Gerald Frank, Melvin Gerson, Daniel MacMasters, Jerry Frej 
Donald Kendeigh, George Daughters, Darrel Junker, Ronald McKee 

Third row: Alvin Wagner, John Suter, Robert Tertel, Douglas Duffield, Raymond Chooholek, Lawrence Witt, David Seiberling, Gordon Wiss, John 
Schrader, John Diserio 

Second row: Lionel Gomberg, Martin Losoff, Arthur Serck, Daniel Sigband, vice president: David Rademacher, president; Stewart Hollocker, secre- 
tary-treasurer; Alan Buckles, se rgeant-at-arms ; Tracy Potter, Paul Gaecke, Carmen Napoli 

Bottom nil'-: Robert Reese, Emil Squeteri. Leonard Webster, Henry Gentsch, Alan Lopatka, Terence Tucker, Harvey Cole, Michael Lane, Robert 
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A small park scene highlighted the decorations 
for the 1957 lnterfraternity Ball held on March 30. 
Hanging from the ceiling were the insignias of the 
fraternities on campus. The theme was "It Happens 
Every Spring" and couples danced to music by 
Woody Herman and his orchestra. 




Margo Kriege, queen 



Margo Kriege was crowned IF Queen 
with the purple velvet crown bearing 
pins of all the fraternities. Delta Chi 
received the traveling trophy for spon- 
soring the queen. 



Dancing to Woody Herman's music 



Committee — Top row: Gerald Ford, George Smith, Brian Wittenkeller 
Second row : Raymond Cain, Bruce Duff. Conrad Lantz 
Bottom row: George Smith, chairman; Daniel Seiler 




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Sara Mitchener, president 



PANHELLENIC 
COUNCIL 



Panhellenic is the governing and policy- 
making body for the twenty-eight sororities 
and the Panhellenic housing for sorority 
transfers on campus. Good scholarship, high 
social standards, and participation in worth- 
while activities are the goals of Panhellenic. 

The Executive Committee serves as the 
co-ordinator for the various departments 
in Panhellenic. It makes policy recommen- 
dations to the presidents of the houses in 
Presidents Council, the legislative body of 
Panhellenic. Executive Committee is com- 
posed of the four officers, the senior chair- 
men and the pledge advisers of the five 
departments, the Shi-Ai president, the public 
relations chairman, and the senate repre- 
sentative. The five divisions of Panhellenic 
are pledge, social, scholarship, activity, and 
rushing. 



Top row: Barbara Watkins. scholarship chairman; Virginia Riser, junior activity chairman; Marion Hunter, rush chairman; Joan Anderson, pledge 

presidents adviser; Adlon Dohme, Shi-Ai president; Ann Alcott. Panhellenic Ball Chairman 
Middle row: Nancy Kvans, junior social chairman; Arclith Lamps, junior scholarship chairman; Patricia Carroll, pledge advisers chairman; Deborah 

Blair, senate representative ; Sally Klein, Greek Week chairman 
Bottom row: Dean Patricia Cross; Sara Mitchener, president; Barbara Reardon, assistant rush chairman; Sandra Halliday, vice president; Jeanne 

Johnston, treasurer; Mary Adsit, secretary; Beverly Maslan, social chairman 
Not in panel: Gerry Rader, public relations chairman; Carolyn Meadors, activity chairman 




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Presidents of all the sororities on campus meeting for their weekly conference 



Junior Panhellenic is composed of all the so- 
rority pledges on campus. There are four depart- 
ments of Junior Panhellenic: the pledge presi- 
dents, pledge activity chairmen, the pledge social 
chairmen, and the pledge scholarship chairmen. 
Each department carries on separate activities, and 
all ideas and projects are coordinated through the 
Junior Panhellenic Executive Committee. 

Junior Panhellenic is organized to help the 
pledges become aware of their responsibilities as 
campus citizens and as members of Panhellenic. 



New pledges first come into contact with Junior 
Panhellenic at the All-Pledge Welcome in the fall. 
Projects sponsored throughout the year are events 
such as the Pledge Banquet, the House Mother 
Tea, and the Easter Egg Hunt. 

Aside from projects, each junior department de- 
votes time to strengthening the quality of leader- 
ship among its own members. Many discussion 
groups provide for an exchange of ideas and as- 
sistance in solving common problems. 



Junior Panhellenic officers — Left to right: Beth Dohme, pledge scholarship chairman; P.onita Anderhub, pledge president; Kay Peters, pledge 
social chairman; Margaret LaBarre, pledge activity chairman 




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PANHELLENIC 

BALL 



"Southern Cotillion" was the name of the 1957 
Panhellenic Ball held on November 9. White 
pillars, a pond and a rustic bridge, and a Con- 
federate flag under a starry sky lent a Southern 
touch to the evening. Music was provided by 
Charlie Spivak's band. 

Dressed in a Confederate uniform, Lowry 
Bayley as master of ceremonies introduced the 
1957 Ideal Girls, representing each of the twenty- 
eight sororities on campus. Selection of the Ideal 
Girls is based on personality, scholarship, house 
and campus activities, appearance, and contribu- 
tion to the sorority. 

Following the presentation, Noel Biery sang 
his composition, "My Ideal Girl," and the band 
played for the "Waltz of the Ideal Girls." 



Upper left: Dancing under the stars 

Committee — Left to right: Karen Martin, Carol Green, Ann Alcott, 

Joan Greenberg, Patricia Jones 
Not in panel: Peggy Kurzweg, Barbara Small 



Ideal Girls — Top row: Marilyn Ebel, Marion Hunter. Sally Hoffsted, Judy Riemenschneider, Carol Koehler, Joyce Lutz, Mary Morrison, Gabrielle 
Walters 

Second row: Marilyn Holtzman, Sheila Weinberg. Diane Kesser, Joan Johnson, Charmaine Tourville, Susan Moore, Sharon Dexter, Rochelle Green- 
span, Lois Merritt, June Brummel 

Bottom row: Beverly Maslan, Martha Ruvel, Carolyn Meadors, Carol Brandt, Penelope Heale, Linda Duncanson, Jane Lombard, Lori Jackson, Pat- 
ricia Nicol, Helen Migely 




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LITTLE 

INTERNATIONAL 
HORSE SHOW 

The thirty-second annual Little International 
Horse Show was held on Dads Day, November 
2. This annual event is sponsored by the Hoof 
and Horn Club, an agricultural student society. 
Seventy entries competed in seven classes in the 
Stock Pavilion. 

This year Karen Roberts was chosen as queen 
of the 1957 Horse Show. 



Queen and court — Left to right: Dianne Oros, Mary Drendel, 
Judith Krulil, Karen Roberts, queen; Judith Ent, Sandra 
Dewar, Carol Clapper 

Horse Show Committee — Top row: Allen Hoffman, Lynn Trucken- 

brod, John Key, George Tjardes, Dexter Norton 
Third row: John Bossingham, John Sprague, Charles Bliss, Dale 

Ruckman 
Second row : Allen Wagner, Jimmie Bell, Charles Lane, David Ash, 

Dick Snodgrass, Dale Hedrick 
Bottom row: Wilbur Nelson, Gene Potter, Don Pinney, Philip 

Phar, Richard Hughes, Glen Gullakson 





Sno-Ball Committee — Top row: Roger Erickson, Harriette Ellraan, 

John Woods, Gwendolyn Hayes, Bud Kirk 
Bottom row: Patricia McCartney, co-chairman; Kenneth Branch, 

co-chairman 
Not in panel : David Joseph 

Below : Kenneth Branch, Kay Reese, queen 



SNO-BALL 



Sno-Ball, an annual winter event, is co-spon- 
sored by Women's Group System and Men's 
Independent Association. This year a sell-out 
crowd danced among snowflakes and snowballs 
to the music of Dick Cisne's band. 

Kay Reese was selected to reign as the queen 
of the Sno-Ball. She will represent the Univer- 
sity of Illinois in the sweetheart contest at the 
National Independent Students Convention in 
Oklahoma in the spring of 1958. 



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Mary Anne Elson, president 



WOMEN'S 
GROUP 
SYSTEM 

Women's Group System is the organization 
of all the independent, undergraduate women 
on campus. By developing leadership, en- 
couraging fellowship, and promoting high 
scholarship and interest in campus activities, 
W.G.S. attempts to further a fuller and richer 
life for its members. 

The Executive Council is composed of the 
officers of W.G.S., the major chairmen, and 
the faculty adviser, Dean Harrison. Its func- 
tions are to advise the social, activity, schol- 
arship, and freshman programs, to formulate 
general policies of W.G.S., and to make rec- 
ommendations to Second Council. 

Among the various events sponsored by 
W.G.S. are the scholarship and activity 
awards teas, coffee hours, and mixer dances. 
Every year W.G.S. joins M.I. A. in planning 
the Dads Day Revue and the annual Sno- 
Ball and in publishing their own newspaper, 
The Indee News. 



Executive council — Top row: Gloria Fenner, Sally Sohner, Patricia Giller 

Third row: Ann McCartney, Jo Meiklejohn, Margaret Otto 

Second row: Ann Stewart. .Mary Elson, Dean Mary Harrison, Nancy Reynolds 

Bottom row: Mary Banasik, Bernedine (lemon. Patricia Shugar, Karen Kelly, Roehelle Ezer 



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Second Council— Top row: Joyce Snyder, Elaine Rosen, Patricia McKinney, Sylvia Jacob, Betty Kurkjian, Susan Terrill, Barbara Druhan, Margaret 

Baldwin, Barbara Crandall, Jeanette Roth, Diane Nasiatka 
Third row : Marylan Hubbard, Karen Lemme, Sheila Keyes, Jean Fishburn, Mary Lewis, Audrey Smigay, Carole Dolesh, Mary Hennessy, Kay Asay, 

Eleanor Masters, Eileen McWilliams, Anna Hallbeck, Drusilla Simms, Joan Makoutz 
Second row: Joan Dimperio, Mary Dueland, Bernedine Gernon, Sally Sohner, Nancy Reynolds, Rochelle Ezer, Ann Stewart, Mary Elson, Margaret 

Otto, Patricia Shugar, Karen Kelly, Patricia McCartney, Patricia Giller, Roberta Baker 
Bottom row : Sally Parkinson, Janet Maynard, Doris Carlberg, Alice Andrews, Dorothy Greenwald, Audrey Rivkin, Joyce Fink, Marguerite Davis, 

Miriam Roberts, Alyce Tallman, Dorothea Cloos, Suzanne Sklar, Barbara Freckelton, Benita Moline, Carol Steiner 
Not in panel: Gloria Fenner, Mary Banasik, Brindall Berest, Joanna Norris, Beverly Erlandson, Rhea Davis, Anna Kanellos, Barbara Ingold, Judith 

Hancock, Nancy Williams, Karen Clark, Kathleen Gorman 



Composed of the presidents and representatives 
from all W.G.S. houses, Second Council discusses 
the group's activities and receives announcements 
of campus affairs. The Council votes on campus 
issues, or representatives take questions back to 
their respective houses for consideration before 



voting the following week. 

Freshman Board is an organization of freshman 
women from all the independent houses. Its pur- 
pose is to voice the problems of freshman women 
and to encourage them to become active in W.G.S. 
programs. 



Freshman board — Top row: Corinne Kozol, Marcia Bradley, Judy Kavka, Muriel Garvin, Norma Strube. Sue Fehrenbacher, Alberta DiGiovanni 

Fifth row : Joyce Anderson, Judith Zavodny, Judith Osborn, Ruth Cunningham, Nathalia Payne, Doris Knoche 

Fourth row : Lorna Armstrong, Ruth Weihl, Jean Prachar, Margaret Kropp, Renee Meckler, Flora Estes, Sally Brenner 

Third row: Brenda Wolin, Jane Cook. Roberta Schwartz, Shirley Smith, Margaret McCloskey, Evelyn Brown, Audrey Carnes 

Second row: Patricia Hutchings, Marilyn Strobel, Carole Engle. Corinne Epstein. Doris Lum, Jeanne Bleuer, Leah Meyer 

Bottom row: Judith Pence, Sylvia Fisher, Iris Poliski, Audrey Huck, Jo Meiklejohn, Carol Rovin, Nancy Reynolds, Nancy Minnis, Beverly Arent 




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Jesse Hale, president 



MEN'S 

INDEPENDENT 

ASSOCIATION 



The Men's Independent Association repre- 
sents the organized independent men's houses 
on campus. Active in promoting scholarship, 
athletics, and social events, MIA attempts to 
give the independent male student a solid 
background in all aspects of campus life. 

The Association gives the independent stu- 
dent the opportunity to have a voice in 
campus issues affecting him. The Monday 
Council, composed of representatives from 
each of the member houses, discusses and 
evaluates the campus problems brought be- 
fore it and formulates MIA's official position. 

Acting in an advisory capacity to the Mon- 
day Council is the President's Cabinet which 
consists of the Association's officers, commit- 
tee chairmen, and special representatives to 
other campus organizations. 



Board of directors — Top row: Eugene DePesa, Jeremiah Fruin, Henry Charles, George Lackey, Phillip Field 
Bottom row : John D'Asaro, Jesse Hale, Walter Wierwille, Kenneth Cocking 
Not in panel: Dale Dillard, John Arends 




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Faculty Advisory Board — Left to right : Eugene Scoles, Thomas Morgan, Duane Branigan, Calvin Sifferd, Robert Gulp, ex officio 



Among the major activities sponsored by MIA 
during the school year are the annual Dads Day 
Revue, the Sno-Ball dance, and the scholarship 
awards banquet. In addition, coffee hours and 
mixers are sponsored by MIA in conjunction with 
other organizations. 



As a result of its efforts through the years on 
behalf of independent students at the University 
of Illinois, MIA has achieved outstanding recog- 
nition among other members of the National 
Independent Students Association as one of the 
finest independent student groups in the nation. 



Representatives — Top row: Robert Arroyo, Walter Tenelinger, Ara Corrigan. Robert Heehler. Kenneth Stiekel, Robert Cooper, Donald Mahaffy, Robert 
Nelson, Ronald Larson, Ronald Shoe], Floyd Roberts, Richard Hutchison, Michael Lukert, Donald Marek, Edward Schwab, George Eleftheriou, 
Ronald Otto 

Fourth row: Isaiah Curry, Robert Nelson, Thomas Stark. James Trefil. George Lackey, Thomas Dearden, Ivan Read, John Elliott, Kenneth Bonnem, 
Grant Eddy, James Cotten, Dean Peterson, Arthur Daniel, John Ward. Alvin Melliere, Everett Feldkirchner, Bruce Warden, Robert Jackson 

Third row: Herbert Salisbury, David Depperman, Charles Anderson, Carl Gak, Jeremiah Fruin, Jesse Hale, Dale Dillard, Gene DePesa, John 
Arends, William Beyers, Robert Williams 

Second row: Robert McCornack, Neil Polit, Raymond YanXatta. Richard Summitt, David Levy, Don Margolis, Edward Stanton. Philip Gritten, Wil- 
liam White. Ronald Hofmann, Andre DuChateau, Paul Smothers 

Bottom row: Sidney Sachs. John Kokan, Ronald Hayden, Harold Rieches, Leslie Goldstein, Thomas Dziubala, James Smith, Howard Maiers, Clarence 
Davis, Robert Coffnian 




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ILLINI UNION 
ADMINISTRATION 



Over fifteen years ago, in 1941, the Illini Union 
Building was opened to the students, alumni, faculty, 
and visitors of the University of Illinois, with the 
mammoth purpose of serving everyone. Since that 
time, the Union has been used by hundreds of 
thousands of people, all of them adding impetus to 
the reason for its existence. 

The Illini Union Administration is composed of 
eleven people including the director, the assistant 
director, the social director, and three assistants to 
the director. The proper functioning and the co- 
ordination of the operations of the Union is the re- 
sponsibility of the administration. 

Through the efforts of these people, the Illini 
Union has gained wide renown as a service center 
for the University. The Union Building is a place 
where students can come to rest, relax, study, or 
participate in the social, recreational, educational, 
and cultural services which it offers to all University 
students. 



Above: Vernon Kretschmer, director 
Below: Earl Finder, assistant director 



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Union Administration — Top row: Arthur Sawyer, Warren Ramshaw, Robert McNabb, Earl Finder, Kenneth Rhodes, Charles Wertz 
Bottom row: Irene Pierson, Vernon Kretschmer, Alice Hurt, Marjorie Arkwright 
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ILLINI UNION 
SOCIAL DIRECTORS 



The Social Director, administrative assistant, and 
three program advisers help students develop the 
cultural, recreational, educational, and social inter- 
ests of the student body and the University. This 
purpose is accomplished by programs and services 
which aid in the development of leadership and 
provide opportunities for students to develop skills 
in human relations. 

The staff is concerned with educational experience 
outside the classroom. Correlating the academic pro- 
grams with the social programs and services, they 
are concerned with each individual student be- 
coming a vital person with a well-rounded person- 
ality. The social program teaches students "the 
fine art of living" and considers social living and 
recreation a part of college experience. 

By helping the student to learn to make the best 
use of leisure time resources in a way that will con- 
tribute most to the individual personality, the Union 
Social Programs Department realizes another pur- 
pose. 




il directors — Left to right: Esther Fuenning, Gretehen 
Myers, Jeanne Nordstrom, Clarence Leverenz 



Above: Irene Pierson, social director 



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Sheldon Hauck. president 



The Mini Union is the community center 
of the University of Illinois, serving the en- 
tire University family of students, faculty 
and staff, alumni, and guests. Besides having 
many services and facilities, the Union is an 
organization with a well-considered and well- 
developed program of activity designed to 
foster and encourage the sound cultural and 
recreational life of the students. 

The Mini Union has often been referred 
to as the campus "living room" for students. 
It provides a central meeting place for both 
individuals and groups. Throughout the day 
the Main Lounge is dotted with students 
reading and relaxing. Many coffee hours and 
receptions are held in the building. 

On such special occasions as Homecoming 
the Union is the headquarters for the festivi- 
ties, with informal gatherings of alumni in 
the morning and dances in the Ballroom in 
the evening. 



Vnion Board — Top row: Arthur Murray, William Sullivan, Judith Hayes, Dorothy Brunkow, Shirley Moore, Nancy Taylor, Charmaine Tourville, 

Ann Stewart, Marv Adsit, John Arends, Gordon Johns, Solomon Kamm 
Bottom row: Robert Mayer, Charles Bowen, Sheldon Hauck, Barbara Luehring, David Day, Irene Pierson, Earl Finder, Robert Harvey 





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UNION 



Of the more than 19,000 students on the 
Illinois campus, many rely almost exclusively 
on the Union cafeteria for food service. Stu- 
dents also enjoy the facilities in the bowling 
alleys, the billiard room, and the browsing 
room. The comfortable atmosphere of the 
Colonial Room provides an ideal spot for 
dinner with parents or dates. 

In Room 322 the Illini Union offers daily 
evidence of student activity to provide the 
University with nearly thirty recreational and 
service programs. This activity program, the 
Illini Union Student Activities, attempts to 
be an integral and contributing part of the 
students' educational experience. 

More than 800 students participate in ar- 
ranging and executing the big campus-wide 
weekend events such as Homecoming, Stunt 
Show, Mothers Day, and Spring Musical, and 
weekly programs including Social Forums, 
Union Movies, Dances, and Music Hours. 




Barbara Luehring, vice president 



Executive Council — Top row: Solomon Kamni, Perry Kudman, Carol Walker, Adlon Dohine, Nancy Evans, Sandra Giannoni, Geraldine Johnson, 

Myrna Brand, Dorothy Brunkow, Nancy Taylor, Nancy Kott, Linda Hale, James Leach, Edwin Snow 
Second row: Sue Keagle, Grace Lemke, Barbara Brown, Nancy Swain, Shirley Moore, Charmaine Tourville, Barbara Luehring, Edith Boyd, Virginia 

Zucks, Susan Teegarden, Terry Butler 
Bottom row: Delbert Denby, Leonard Arentsen, Donald Lisenby, Sheldon Hauck, Deane Haning, Gordon Johns, William Sullivan 
Not in panel: Barbara Gordon 



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Dads Day 
Personnel 




Spring Event 
Fine Arts 



Coordinating the many events taking place 
on Dads Day weekend is the job of the Dads 
Day committee. The members handle the 
King-for-a-Day Contest, sell "Illini Dad" 
derbies, and compile Dads Day programs. 

Planning conferences at Allerton and in 
the Union building for Illini Union personnel 
are part of the responsibilities of the person- 
nel committee. This committee also organizes 
the annual Key Banquet, held in the spring 
to honor outstanding members of the Union. 

The Fine Arts committee organizes all art 
shows, contests, and displays in the Union. 
This year the committee held a slide contest, 
photography contest, and an undergraduate 
competition in oil painting. 

Each year the Spring Event committee 
sponsors a spring event for the campus. This 
year "Sheequon" was the 1958 campus-wide 
spring event. 



Major chairmen — Left to right: Edwin Snow, Spring Event; Sue Keag 
Dads Dan; Edith Boyd, Personnel ; Donald Lisenby, Pine Arts 



Sub-chairmen — Top row: Richard Hollobow, Patricia JIullowney, Barbara Conway, Susan Pratt, Judith Voyles, Jerome Caruso 
Bottom row : Jessica Potter, Carol Theodorow, Susan Barnett, Judy Ent, Patricia Armstrong 
Not in panel: Virginia Bauman, Allen Dougherty, Mary Inwood, Roberta Johnson 




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Homecoming 
Coffee Hours 



Club Sophisticate 
International Programs 



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For forty-seven years the University of 
Illinois has celebrated Homecoming. The 
planning of events such as the queen contest, 
house decorations contest, and nation-wide 
publicity is done by the Homecoming com- 
mittee. 

Coffee and a friendly smile are the two 
ingredients for the successful Illini Union 
Coffee Hours. Providing a pleasant atmos- 
phere for students and faculty to get ac- 
quainted, the committee serves free coffee 
every Thursday afternoon in the Union. 

A night club atmosphere may be found 
each weekend at Club Sophisticate in the 
Commons room in the Union. The purpose 
of Club Sophisticate is to provide inexpensive 
dances for University students. 

To further friendship and understanding 
between American and foreign students, the 
Union has an International Programs com- 
mittee. Through various events this commit- 
tee brings students together in friendly 
atmospheres. 



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director 




Major chairmen — Left to right: Leonard Arentsen, Club Sophisticate; 
Nancy Evans, Coffee Hours; Susan Teegarden, International Pro- 
grams; James Leach, Homecoming 



Sub-chairmen — Top row: Marlene Poole, James Gustafson, Douglas Tonkinson, Ralph Meyers, James Byrne, Christine Kurth 
Bottom row: Nancy Grant, Suzanne DeVos, Mae Mirto, Diane Pettingell, Jean Brummer 
Not in panel : Marsha Hanscom, Ardith Lamps, Jeanne Klier, William Goldman 



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Stunt Show 
Music Hours 



DEPARTMENT C 



Major chairmen — Left to right: Perry Rurlman, J azz-~0 -Like-It; Ger- 
aldine Johnson, Stunt Show; Carol Walker, Music Hours; Sandra 
Giannoni, Mothers Day 



Mothers Day 
Jazz-U-Like-lt 



The oldest of the Mini Union Student 
Activities is the Music Hours committee. 
This group plans, publicizes, and arranges 
programs of classical and contemporary music 
each day in the Union. 

For one weekend in May, the Mothers 
Day committee plans special events to honor 
and entertain the mothers. It sponsors a 
queen contest and coronation, Mini Mom 
Contest, coffee hour, honorary procession, 
and numerous displays and programs. 

Every Thursday evening the Jazz-U-Like- 
It committee supervises jazz programs in the 
Commons of the Union. Members contact 
bands and special performers and arrange for 
publicity. Each year this committee also puts 
on one special program of jazz. 

Stunt Show, a highlight of Homecoming 
weekend, is organized by the Stunt Show 
committee. This committee handles publicity, 
physical arrangements, judges, and awards 
presentation. 



Hub-chairmen — Top ioiv: Ronald Fink, Maurice Weaver, Robert Gronquist, George Geis, Kenneth Johnson 
Bottom row: Virginia Zurks, Marcia Kittilsen, Suzanne Jeffries, Carolyn Stucker, Janice Lankton 
Not in panel: Myrna Brand, Joseph Bartulis, Deane Haning, Betty Millan, Patricia Harvey 



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DEPARTMENT D 



Spring Musical 
Social Forums 



Social Forums are well known on campus 
through their informal, after-dinner discus- 
sions of social customs and manners. Besides 
being given for organized houses, Social 
Forums may be given for special groups such 
as international students. 

International Fair is an annual event spon- 
sored by the Illini Union. Many shops and 
exhibits are set up in the Union which ex- 
plain customs, food, and dress from foreign 
countries. Students from different countries 
display their talents. 

One of the main attractions of Mothers 
Day weekend is Spring Musical. This show 
is produced mainly by University students 
and the cast is entirely composed of students. 

Public Relations is one of the basic com- 
mittees of the Union. Informative material 
on all methods of publicity is released to 
each committee to aid in publicizing pro- 
grams most effectively. A workshop on pub- 
licity is held each year. 



International Fair 
Public Relations 




Major chairmen — Left to rigltt : Nancy Kott, Public Relations; Linda 
Hale. International Affairs; Deane Haning, Spring Musical; Nancy 
Swain, Social Forums 



Sub-chairmen — Top row: Jules Cogan, Jerry Manion. James Staes, William Davenport, Jaime Morales, William Goldman 
Bottom row: Leticia Nietes, Barbara Colin, Diane Croll, Constance Brand, Terry] Lash, Elisabeth Pelcher, Llyn Forrest 

Not in panel: Keith Poole, Gerald Langkammerer, Sharon Williams, Mary Siebert, Janina Wojciechowska, Marcia Hathorne, Margaret Heino, Ann 
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Dances 
Pep Rallies 

Gordon Johns, director 




DEPARTMENT E 



Major chairmen — Left to right: Barbara Brown, Pep Rallies; Virgini 

Zucks, Dances; Adlon Dohme, Illini Relations 
Not in panel: Barbara Gordon, High School Circus 



High School Circus 
Illini Relations 



"Pop Purdue," "Retire Ohio," and "Ground 
the Gophers" are typical themes of the Friday 
night pep rallies before each home football 
game. The Pep Rallies committee makes all 
the arrangements for the band, cheerleaders, 
and speakers. 

Homecoming dances, fall and spring regis- 
tration dances, and football dances are spon- 
sored by the Union Dance committee. The 
committee also holds a record dance in the 
Union Commons four times a week. 

High School Circus provides entertainment 
for visiting high school students attending 
the statewide "Elite Eight" basketball tourna- 
ment in March. Shows, food booths, and 
games of skill provide opportunities for fun 
between games. 

To acquaint the incoming University stu- 
dent with the Union activities, the Illini 
Relations committee organizes open houses, 
displays, and panel discussions. It also spon- 
sors the 100 Ranquet, honoring seniors in 
activities and athletics. 



Sub-chairmen — Top row: Ronald Lamson, Thomas Nolan, John Bussjager, John Bossingham, Maynard Brittan 
Bottom row : Christine Kurth, Barbara Cohn, Gail Ruttenberg, Nancy Wilson 
Not in panel: Maribelle Bergstrom, Jerome Baechetti 




DEPARTMENT F 



Block I 



Union Movies 



Forum and Town Meeting 
Campus Relations 




The University of Illinois Block I, com- 
posed of 2200 students, is the largest card 
section in the country. Block I committee 
members are kept busy during football sea- 
son designing the stunts and putting them 
into operation. 

The Union Movies committee arranges for 
the Friday and Saturday night showing of 
American films and for the Sunday showing 
of foreign films. This program attempts to 
provide good entertainment at a low cost 
to students. 

Forums and Town Meetings include such 
programs as "Speaking of Books," "Beaders 
Hour," and "Forums." This committee is 
responsible for Dr. Paul Landis' annual pres- 
entation of Dicken's Christmas Carol. 

The Campus Belations committee handles 
Activity Night, the night in which all campus 
activities are presented to the students. The 
committee also uncovers and files all talent 
on campus for use by University groups and 
organizations. 



Nancy Taylor, director 




Major chairmen — Left to right: Myrna Brand, Forum and Town Meet- 
ings; Grace Lemke, Union Movies; Terry Butler, Campus Relations ; 
Delbert Denby, Block I 



Sub-chairmen — Top row: Merrill Halm, John Weisenberger, Charles Bliss, Jack Murray, Richard Buesinger, Daniel Wilde, Marvin Bamburg, Nancy 

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UNIVERSITY 
THEATRE 



As the constitution of the University Theatre 
states, the purpose of this organization is to 
"afford educational and recreational experience 
for interested students," and to provide "prac- 
tical training and experience in the theatre for 
students registered in the Department of 
Speech" and related fields. 

The University Theatre is governed by a 
faculty-student Board of Control. The duty of 
this board is to establish all major policies and 
procedures of the organization. 

Any regularly enrolled student is eligible to 
try out for roles in University Theatre plays. 
The various productions of the Theatre allow 
numerous opportunities for experience under 
professional direction. In addition to several 
groups of one-act plays presented at Workshop, 
the Theatre produced five major plays this year. 
The Theatre also provides a major activity for 
hundreds of students interested in production 
work. 




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Top row: William Craig, William Kirchoff, Joseph Scott, Simeon Trotter 

Bottom row: Wesley Swanson, Jo Ann Williamson, Allan Holaday, Cameron Gulette 



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Left: Joseph Scott, 
executive director 

Right: Webster Smalley, 
supervisor of Playwrights 
Workshop 



Left: Genevieve Richardson, 
costumiere 

Right: Mary Arbenz, 
production director 



Left: Charles Shattuck, 
production director 

Right: Clara Behringer, 
production director 



UNIVERSITY 
FACULTY STAFF 



The direction and supervision of the 
work of University Theatre is conducted 
by a faculty staff. The executive director, 
Mr. Joseph Scott, supervises and co- 
ordinates the work of the faculty staff 
and the student staff. 

Direction of the season's regular bill 
of plays is handled by four faculty mem- 
bers. This year Mary Arbenz directed 
"The Lark," Barnard Hewitt did "Juno 
and the Paycock," Charles Shattuck 
handled "The Tragedy of King Richard 
III" and "The Skin of our Teeth," and 
Clara Behringer directed "The Birds." 
Directors Arbenz and Behringer also su- 
pervise the Workshop Theatre. 

In addition to the play directors, the 
faculty staff includes a technical director, 
costumiere, and a director of Playwrights 
Workshop. 

A group of eight graduate students act 
as technical assistants for the Theatre's 
productions. 



Left: Barnard Hewitt, 
production director 

Right: George McKinney, 
technical director 



Technical assistants — Top row : Ronald Jerit, Carolyn Yeater, Robert Whitlatch, Katherine Ettla 
Bottom row : John Gooch, Jamil Toubbeh, Enzio Napoli 
Not in panel: Turner Edge 




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THEATRE 
STUDENT STAFF 



The University Theatre student staff 
provides the direction and manpower for 
all of the production, stage, and business 
crews. This staff is headed by a general 
manager, Jo Ann Williamson. The five 
remaining managers are Simeon Trotter, 
personnel manager; Ernest Humphrey, 
business manager; Barbara Seyler, pro- 
duction manager; George Swift, stage 
manager; and Suzanne Peterson, Work- 
shop Theatre manager. 

In addition to the six senior managers, 
there are department managers who head 
various crews including advertising art, 
box office, scenery construction, costumes, 
house management, make-up, personnel, 
playbill, properties, publicity, scenery 
painting, stage management, and work- 
shop theatre. Any interested student may 
participate on these crews and obtain 
valuable experience in the production of 
plays. 



Left: Jo Ann William- 
son, general manager 

Right: Simeon Trotter, 
personnel manager 



Left: Ernest Humph- 
rey, business manager 

Right: Barbara Sey- 
ler, production man- 
ager 



Left: Suzanne Peter- 
son, workshop man- 
ager 

Right: George Swift, 
stage manager 




Departmental managers — Top row: Nancy Friedl, Nicholas Derrough, Ann Sognefest, Linette Gleason, Katherine Kendeigh, Paul Helmle, Margaret 

Sisk, Jean Draegert 
Bottom row : Nancy Boldt, Merrill Hahn, Carol Brandt, Margaret Heino, Lee Carnahan 
Not in panel : Judith Belt, Irene Anderson, William Denhart, Mary Culp, Evan Buck 



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Assistant managers — Top row: Jon Kibler, Marshall Kessler, Ronald Magnussen. William Dunham, Michael Filerman 
Middle row : June Hutchcraft, Ruth Hoogerwerf, Cynthia Thompson, Nelda Stacell, Linda Bond. Alice Helm 
Bottom row: Donna Treeee, Catherine Miller, Diana Kramp, Jeanine Sandquist, Elsie Robison, Carol Robison 
Not in panel: Carol Hay 




The behind-the-scene work of University 
Theatre is done by the assistant managers. 
These members of the student staff work on 
various crews painting scenery, constructing 
sets, building props, making advertising post- 
ers, developing costumes, and distributing 
publicity. 



Above left: The stage management crew awaiting sound 
and light cues back stage 

Lower left: Make-up artistry 

Below: "Lark" cast members relaxing in the Theatre 
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UNIVERSITY 

THEATRE 

PRODUCTIONS 



THE BEGGAR'S OPERA 

by John Gay 

directed by 

Charles Shattuck 

November 1956 



MACBETH 

by William Shakespeare 

directed by 

Mary Arbenz 

January 1957 



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THE TIGER RAG 

by Seyril Schochen 
directed by 
Barnard Hewitt 
March 1957 



A DREAM PLAY 

by August Strindberg 

directed by 

Charles Shattuck 

April 1957 





QUADRILLE 

by Noel Coward 
directed by 
Clara Behringer 
May 1957 



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THE LARK 

by Jean Anouilh 

directed by 

Mary Arbenz 

October 1957 





STAR 



For sixty-seven years, Star Course has 
presented to the campus the finest artists in 
the fields of music, dance, and drama. A 
well-rounded program of both classical and 
popular music is included each year in Star 
Course concerts. The artists featured in the 
f 957- 1958 series included the NBC Opera 
Company's English version of "La Traviata," 
the Bach Aria Group with Jan Peerce, the 
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra under the 
direction of Antal Dorati, Fred Waring and 
the Pennsylvanians, and "Jazz for Moderns" 
with George Shearing, Gerry Mulligan, and 
the Australian Jazz Quintet. 

Star Course is a non-profit student organi- 
zation, operating under the auspices of the 
University Concert and Entertainment Board. 
This board, composed of six faculty members 
and six students, selects the artists and makes 
all final decisions concerning the operations 
of Star Course. Two senior managers are the 
overall directors of Star Course, one in charge 
of finance and one in charge of personnel. 
These seniors are automatically members of 
the University Concert and Entertainment 
Board, Student Senate, and Co-ordination 
Committee. 



Senior Managers — Left to right: Thomas Johnston, personnel; John Voel- 
pel, finance 

Senior managers, Tom and John, greeting Fred Waring at his 
concert 



Concert and Entertainment Board — Top row: Thomas Johnston, Prof. Peter Yankwich, Kenneth Kirk, John Voelpel 

Bottom row: Jan Bach, Prof. Harry Fuller, Prof. Clarence Berdahl, Jenny Wertheim, Prof. Andrew Carter, Prof. Duane Branigan, Prof. Charles 

DeLong 
Not in panel : Helen Hughes 




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COURSE 



Directly responsible to the senior managers 
are the eight junior managers. These students 
supervise publicity, advertising, tickets, public 
relations, concert arrangements, personnel, 
physical plant, and office management. It is 
the duty of the junior managers to organize 
each concert into a smooth-running unit, ar- 
ranging for staging, lighting, and programing, 
and securing accommodations for the artists. 





Joseph Glass, tickets; Jo Ann Ivens, office management 



STAR COURSE 
JUNIOR MANAGERS 



James Gaebe, concert arrangements; Lois Grant, advertising 



Lois Rucker, public relations; Norman Smith, personnel 



Delores Darby, publicity; Richard Carlson, physical plant 




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Top row: Sonja Alexander, James Gustafson, Clarence Ilnrt, John Mount, William Schaulin, Paul Bennett, Peter Gustat, Allen Dougherty, Emilie 

Gillespie. Edward Schloz 
llnttom row: Janet Rasmussen, Suzanne Jeffries. Lila Keleher, Suzanne Haines, Carole Stackhouse, Sharon Parker, Katherine Hirt, Marguerite 

McGrath. Janet Walberg 



The Star Course sophomore managers, totaling forty- 
nine in number, comprise a very essential branch of the 
activity. This sophomore staff is divided into four groups 
each of which is headed by two junior managers. In 
order to acquaint the sophomores with each phase of 
Star Course, these committees rotate, working on a dif- 
ferent assignment each month. Each week the managers 
attend a brief committee meeting at which assignments 
and general instructions are given. Besides ushering at 
concerts, sophomore jobs include typing, making and de- 
livering posters, and counting tickets. 



STAR 

COURSE 

SOPHOMORE 

MANAGERS 



Top row: Marilyn Morgan. Diana Kramp, Claudia Joslyn, Lawrence Anderson, Glenn Goetsch, George Goodall, Donald Doherty, Douglas Lapp, 

Virginia Temple, Ann Ferry, John Melvin, David Dow 
Bottom row: Elizabeth Michener, Kay McLey, Karol Roberts, Kathleen Duffey, Norma Colegrove, Nancy Rockwood, Diane Croll, Nancy Irwin, 

Margaret Kriege 





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STAR 

COURSE 

ARTISTS 



GEORGE SHEARING 



Although illness prevented Shearing's appearance 
with his famous sextet, he has played his "Shearing 
Sound" into the circle of topflight jazz progressionists. 





FRED WARING 

Fred Waring and all the Pennsylvanians created a 
new sensation by adding "the third dimension" in 
"Hi-Fi Holiday." 



JOSEPH FUCHS 

A renowned violinist throughout Europe and Amer- 
ica, Fuchs gave an impressionable performance of 
Rach, Reethoven, and Mozart on his "Cadiz Stradi- 
varius. 



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THE MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY 
ORCHESTRA 

Among the major orchestras of America, the 
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra has had a par- 
ticularly distinctive "personality." The organiza- 
tion's conductor is Antal Dorati. 



ANTAL 

DORATI, conductor 

Born in Budapest, Mr. Dorati has de- 
voted his entire life to music. His 
career as a conductor began at the 
early age of eighteen when he con- 
ducted opera in his home town. Since 
then he has been musical director for 
some of the foremost ballet companies 
in the world and conducted the great- 
est symphony orchestras in the United 
States, Mexico, Australia, and Europe. 




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THE NBC OPERA COMPANY presenting "LA TRAVIATA" 

The NBC Opera Company presented an English 
version of this classic romantic opera. This per- 
formance was the first opera presented by a pro- 
fessional opera company in Urbana-Champaign. 




GARY 
GRAFFMAN 

One of America's most gifted young 
pianists, Gary Graffman thrilled his 
audience with his highly expressive 
interpretations of compositions by 
Chopin and Rachmaninoff. Owing to 
his exceptional talent and long years 
of training, he is repeatedly greeted 
by critics as "a brilliant pianist in the 
great tradition." 



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Dianne Baumann, president 



Below — Left to right: Bettie Gabehart, associate director; Marta Carlson, 
vice president; Orralee Meyer, secretary; Barbara Wilford, treasurer; 
Dianne Baumann, president 



Y.W.CA 



"To realize full and creative life through a 
growing knowledge of God" is the purpose 
of the Y.W.C.A. Through its program of 
service to the campus, the community, and 
the world, the "Y" endeavors to fulfill this 
goal. 

The work of the "Y" is divided into four 
main areas with a major chairman for each 
one. The Membership Area is responsible 
for membership drives and new member 
orientation. 

The Personal Life Area is concerned with 
the social, mental, and spiritual growth of 
the students. Discussion groups, activities 
for fun and fellowship, and religious services 
are sponsored by this area. 

Service to the community is the aim of 
the Effective Citizenship Area. Members 
work in homes for the aged, read to the blind, 
and provide entertainment for youngsters in 
children's homes and schools. 

The International Area seeks to bring 
American and foreign students together 
through discussion groups and social gather- 
ings. 

The fifty-second annual Doll Show was 
held at Christmas. In addition to the doll 
exhibitions, a party was given for children 
of the community. 



Cabinet — Top row : Nancy McMillen, Jo Hostettler, Kay Benedict, Dianne Doolen, Marta Carlson, Jeannine Rhine, Alice Johnson, Jane Faulkner, 

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Bottom row: Arleen Schoen, Bettie Gabehart. Mary Gabbert, Martha Rosenberger, Dianne Baumann, Eula Redenbaugh, Barbara Wilford 
Not in panel: Mary Morrison, Carol Heath, Nancy Daniels 



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Y.M.CA. 



The University of Illinois Y.M.C.A., in its 
eighty-fifth year and only one year younger 
than the University, has a long record of 
service to the campus. Although the oldest 
student organization at Illinois, the "Y" is a 
dynamic and growing activity. 

The Y.M.CA. pioneered many of the func- 
tions that are now handled by the University. 
The "Y" ran the first student dormitory, pro- 
vided the first employment service, and 
initiated the international student program. 

Through their participation in the "Y" 
program, students have opportunities to de- 
velop leadership. The Y.M.C.A.'s program 
divisions include effective citizenship, Chris- 
tian emphasis, international suppers, Little 
United Nations, social recreation, inter- 
national friendship, freshman weekends and 
orientation, faculty-student relations, and 
membership. 

Located at the busy corner of Wright and 
Chalmers streets, the "Y" occupies a sub- 
stantial physical plant for entertaining. The 
building contains meeting rooms for students 
and visiting groups and numerous places to 
study. Recreation facilities are available, and 
the Kaeser Room is a favorite coffee spot. 




Executive Committee — Left to right: Richard Koeller, vice president; 
John Price. Y.M.CA. Staff; Herbert Krause, recorder; Robert 
Lenz, Byron Marlowe, Ronald Maris, president 

Cabinet and Staff — Top row: Neal Harmon, Joseph Schniid, Thomas 
Chandler 

Bottom row : William Laner, Cecil Stewart, Howard Ross, Alan Her- 
man, Donnie Snedeker 



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CAMPUS 
CHEST 



Campus Chest was established at the Univer- 
sity in 1946 to prevent numerous charities from 
soliciting students and faculty members. This 
unique fund-raising organization is the only 
charity drive that is allowed on campus. 

Each year a general fund drive is conducted 
on the entire campus. In addition to this drive 
there are several special events which occur dur- 
ing the year. A book sale in the fall, a photo- 
graph sale in the spring, balloon sales, and coffee 
hours are other methods that Campus Chest used 
to raise funds. The proceeds from the spring 
event also are given to Campus Chest. 

The planning, coordination, and work which is 
necessary for these various activities requires the 
cooperation of every one of the 100 members of 
the organization. Through its extensive charity 
work, Campus Chest has proven itself to be "an 
activity with a purpose." 



Above — Left to right: Alan Nudelman, Gail Wonderlin 

Below — Left to right: Donn Alspaugh, Virginia Bauman, Suzanne 

Devos, Kent McHose 
Not in panel : Joseph Bartulis 




Top row : Denton Karle, Stuart Goodman, Kirk Maslin, Ralph Meyers, James Mitchell 

Second row: Helen Culkin, Jean Brummer, Sonja Alexander, Jane Allison, Roberta Rosenstein 

Bottom row: Marcia Kittilsen, Margaret Molitor, Roger Weissman, Barbara Cohn, Karen Kaufman, Paula Berlet 

Not in panel : Priscilla Fisher, John Milne, Molly Moore, Joyce Williams, Jacqueline Boehner, Joanne Miller, Jessica Potter 




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Top row: Karen Kelly, Jeanne Johnston, Dorothy Brnnkow, John Dasard, Kent McHose, Charles Gibfried, Sonja Alexander, Judith Randall, 

Barbara Wilford 
Bottom row: Gail Wonderlin, llary E. Harrison, Harold A. Sehultz, Alan Nudelman 
Not in panel : Prof. Janes, Donald Hess 



Students collecting books for the annual book drive 




The Campus Chest Allocations Board han- 
dles the interviewing and selection of the 
various charities to which the funds from 
Campus Chest are to be given. The board 
attempts to maintain a balance between Uni- 
versity, community, national, and interna- 
tional charities and selects the charities 
which are most justifiable to the student 
body. 

The board consists of an executive member 
from Student Senate, Panhellenic, W.G.S., 
I.F, M.I.A., the Illini Union, Y.M.C.A, and 
Y.W.C.A. There are also three faculty ad- 
visers and the director, associate director, 
treasurer, and Board secretary from the Cam- 
pus Chest Organization. 

Lower left: A group of Campus Chest workers, paint- 
ing signs for the Student Fund Drive 



Below: Secretaries addressing envelopes and preparing 
for the Facultv Fund Drive 



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S.N.I.B. 



The Student News and Information Bu- 
reau, called SNIB, is the College of Agri- 
culture's student news service. Through the 
press, radio, television, photography, and 
visual aids, SNIB publicizes the activities of 
the students in the College. 

Any student in the College of Agriculture 
or any interested student may petition for a 
position on the staff. 

SNIB press activities include publishing a 
news-letter every two weeks and printing a 
pamphlet of the activities of the twenty home 
economics and agriculture clubs on campus. 

The television staff produces, directs, and 
supplies talent for weekly shows on WCIA- 
TV and WILL-TV. The radio staff produces 
three weekly radio shows. 

The photography staff gives picture cover- 
age of all the events in agriculture and home 
economics. The visual aids staff provides 
exhibits in campus buildings. 



Above: Officers — Left to right: Carl Becker, director for agriculture; 
Sharon Hoffmann, press editor; Phyllis Floyd, radio director; James 
Hubbard, bureau manager; Owen Glissendorf, adviser; John Woods, 
chief photographer; Shirley Hunter, visual aids director; Nancy Kauth, 
television director 

Not in panel: Mary Jane Beattie, director for home economics 



Belotv: Planning a radio program 



Staff — Top row : Raymond Carmichael, Mary Schrader, Ardis Hill, Richard Snodgrass, Robert Henson, Forrest Gillespie, Richard Freitag, Georgia 
Allen, Bert Fringer 

Third row : Margaret Allen, Walter Griffith, Glenna Blunier, John Rithmiller, Julene Wright, Nancy Turner, Roger Gillespie, Savilla Anderson, Rosa- 
mund Ashwill, Raymond Moffitt 

Second row : Marguerite McGrath, Thomas Hudson, Shirley Hunter, Carl Becker, James Hubbard, Phyllis Floyd, Phil Jones, Edward Comisky, Ed- 
ward Baylor 

Bottom row : James Bowers, David Boerner, Richard Curtiss, Dale Johnston, Linn Eaton, Robert Coffman, Elmer Eckert 

Not in panel: Donna Graham, John Heider, Shirley McKee, Virginia Hathorne, Richard Hughes, Sandra Rayburn, Carole Colvin, Paul Shuman, 
Duane Schroeder, Gary Whittaker, James Whittaker, Nancy Kauth, Harold Harms, Nancy Funkhouser, Mary Beattie, Patricia Hall 




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ILLINOIS 
TECHNOGRAPH 



This year marked the seventy-second con- 
secutive year of publication for The Illinois 
Technograph, a student magazine of the Col- 
lege of Engineering. The Technograph is one 
of the oldest magazines of its type in the 
country. 

From October to May The Technograph, 
read by most engineers on campus, is pub- 
lished once each month. In presenting articles 
of a technical and semi-technical nature, 
humor, and the latest industrial releases, The 
Technograph provides the student engineer 
with an up-to-date survey of his field. 

The Technograph cooperates with the En- 
gineering Council and other engineering 
societies in holding an annual open house 
on the engineering campus. 

The staff of The Technograph is made up 
primarily of student engineers, but any stu- 
dent is eligible. Selection for membership 
is based on personal petition by prospective 
staff members. 

The Technograph is also sent to most of 
the high schools in the state. 




Top — Left to right: Robert Bohl, adviser; James Kries, editor 

Bottom — Left to right: Roger Harrison, business manager; Peter Phil- 
hower, circulation director 



Staff — Top row: Dennis Brennan, John Tascher, David Moore, Dennis Lantz, Lowell Rurgin 
Bottom row : Katherine Hirt, David Yates. William Penniman, Theodore Gaganidze 

Not in panel: Candace Clifford, Michael Coleman, John Ehrmantraut, James Gerstle, Dorothy Hiatt, Arlene Horniok, Frank Hunyady, George Knob- 
lock, James Koertge, Kira Krock, Mary Roe 





Mario Lange, editor 



Above: Janet Sheaffer, associate editor 
Below: Barbara Williams, associate editor 




Walter Linne, IUio artist; Prof. Kennedy, art adviser 



ILLIO 

EDITORIAL 

STAFF 




The organization and production of a yearbook 
such as The Illio is an all-year job. Preparation of 
The 1958 Illio began early in the spring of 1957. Four 
seniors, an editor and three associates, were chosen 
to organize and supervise the entire work of the 
staff. The artists for The Illio were chosen from the 
results of an art contest judged by the senior staff. 

As soon as the layouts are drawn and decided 
upon, the junior editors must obtain pictures. The 
twelve juniors are responsible for the complete pro- 
duction of each of their sections. 

Sophomores are taught early in the year how to do 
such things as draw layouts and crop pictures. As 
the pictures are collected, they are cut down to the 



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Junior editors: Patricia Claflin, activities; Jill Wallace, organizations; Patricia 
Miller, activities; Elizabeth Blewett, organizations 



correct proportion and then sent to the engraver. 
The engravers return the pictures in the form of 
"picture proof," a print of the picture in the exact 
size and shape that it will appear in the book. 

The picture proof is cut out and put on the layout 
in the correct position. Junior editors, with the as- 
sistance of sophomores, write and edit copy for the 
section. When the copy is finished and the identifica- 
tion for the pictures is checked for spelling errors, 
the entire page is typed up and sent with the lay- 
out to the printer. 

At the printer's, the page is composed and printed 
in the form of "page proof." This proof is then re- 
turned to the editors for a final check for gram- 
mar, spelling, and general appearance. With the 
final okay on each page, the book goes to press. The 
result may be seen in the spring as the efforts of an 
entire year are returned in the form of The Illio. 



Above: Junior editors — Top row: Mark Templeton, Illi- 

Noise; Allen Draehman, sports 
Bottom row: Susan Kahl, seniors; Alice Carlson, seniors 

Belou — Junior editors: Beatrice Matukas, Chicago pro- 
fessional colleges; Thomas Rowley, sports; Hugh Kel- 
logg, residences ; Mary Lou Bush, residences 



Sophomore managers — Top row: John Brandenberger, Richard Meddish, Jane Allison, Lynn Skeen, Nina Noubar, Marsha Finkelman, Carol Speers, 

Richard Brewer, Robert Pokorny 
Second row ; Victoria Peit, Betty Hulka, Janet Reeves, Barbara Citti, Marcia Debs, Norma Colegrove, Arlene Panek 
Bottom row : Marilyn Daly, Joan McDearmid, Kathryn Manning, Janice Lankton, Barbara Ropers. Lorraine Haubold 
Not in panel: James Kimmel. Charles Truckenbrod, Clifford Wilderman, Marguerite Prank, Judith Corley, Mary Pichon, Albert Herman, Joy 

Starka, Carol Hay, Mary Eubanks 






ILLIO 

BUSINESS 

STAFF 



Jo Hostettler, business manager 
Janet Nichols, associate business manager 



The Illio Business Staff has some very en- 
joyable responsibilities and also some tedious 
jobs. Among its more pleasant tasks, the 
Business Staff is in charge of The Illio Beauty 
Contest in the fall of every year. The contest, 
judged by a well-known panel or celebrity, 
is under the direction of one of the six junior 
managers. 

One of the more tedious but important jobs 
for the freshmen and sophomores is that of 
indexing. The page on which each name is 
found in The Illio must be entered after that 
name on an alphabetical list. 

Besides these two very different responsi- 
bilities, the staff handles the advertising, 
sales, and circulation for the book. Advertis- 
ing which is to appear in the book is solicited 
from local businessmen by the members of 
the junior staff. The responsibility of selling 
books falls to the sophomores and freshmen, 
but juniors organize the numerous sales 
campaigns. 



Sophomore managers — Top row: Donna Goldberg, Nancy Grant, Barbara Conway, Nancy Pierce, George Trull, John Heidbreder, William Blake, 

Christine Kurth 
Bottom row: Peggy Kurzweg, Carol Leonard, Joanne Lutz, Carole Williams. Ada Jones, Thelma King, Irmgarde Dodegge 
Not in panel: John Clem, Clotilde Phelps, Rita Levey, Marv Love, Judi Rakar, Carol Olin, Dorothy Baran, Nancy Dinnella, Nancy Herman 




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Junior managers : Janice Camp, Maribeth Lutz 

Above right — Junior managers : Judith Hively, Patricia Clover, Nicholas Carras 

One enormous duty which confronts the Business 
Staff is that of distribution. In the spring when the 
finished books arrive in the basement of Illini Hall, 
the staff must provide a method of delivering them 
to the students and faculty. 

The freshmen on The Illio staff are responsible to 
the junior and senior members of the Business Staff. 
A senior manager and associate senior manager super- 
vise the over-all activity of the business staff. One 
of the two senior managers is in charge of directing 
the work of the freshmen. Freshmen help both the 
editorial and business staffs by filing, typing, index- 
ing, and selling. 

All of these students work to enlarge the circula- 
tion and to keep the popularity of The Illio high. 




llelou — Junior managers: Charles Redmon, Jane Faulkner 



Freshman managers — Top row : Dean Sheaffer, Gerald Stafford, Miles Hyde, Thomas Sykes, Donnell Schwarz 
Second row: Susan Willets, Judith Wright, Margaret Belsley, Susan Vaughn, Carole Luehring, Judith Lyman 
Bottom row : Mary Aller, Margaret LaBarre, Beverly Kimes, Sharon Crowley, Joan Ellacott, Edwina Garner 



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Peter Weitzel, editor-in-chief 
Marilyn Ebel, executive news editor 



DAILY ILLINI 

EDITORIAL 

STAFF 



The Daily Illini is an activity-business, 
nearly as old as the University. Since the 
University's third year, The Daily Illini has 
reported and interpreted campus and local 
news. During the eighty-seven years since 
that first year, the newspaper has seen many 
changes in style, structure, and personnel. 
But the basic purpose— to inform the campus 
and to give editorial space for the free flow 
of ideas and opinions— is still the same. 

Structurally, the editorial staff of The Daily 
Illini is split into six divisions. The campus 
staff handles academic news and the activities 
staff, the non-academic aspect of campus cov- 
erage. City reporters are responsible for se- 
curing the news of Champaign and Urbana 
outside the campus area. All athletic events 
are covered by the sports staff. The staff in 
charge of reading and correcting all stories is 
the copy desk group. The sixth division is the 
photography staff which services the adver- 
tising staff as well as the editorial department. 



Staff editors — Top row: Harvey Wittenberg, sports editor; Sports staff — Top row: Ronald Cohen, Charles Sotir, James Clark, Arthur Weinstein, 

Maria Scoofakes, activities editor; Richard Archbold, Jerry Hamilton, William White 

city editor; Joyce Peters, copy editor Bottom row : Mark Durchslag, Richard Kemmerer, Edward Stanton, Thomas Giblin, 
Bottom row: Janet Brakensiek, campus editor Charles Bills 




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Each reporter on The Daily lllini is assigned 
a definite beat and is held responsible for se- 
curing all news related to that particular beat. 
This involves establishing a good working re- 
lation with key sources of news on each beat. 

The experience which reporters gain in secur- 
ing news and writing stories is supplemented 
by individual training in such special areas as 
meeting and speech coverage, interviewing, and 
feature writing. 

Further training is necessary to prepare stu- 
dents in the production aspects of newspaper 
work, such as proofreading, headline writing, 
wire editing, and page makeup. Every staff 
member works at least one night a week per- 
forming production tasks in preparing The 
Daily lllini to go to press. 

The Daily lllini receives its state and national 
news via the Associated Press wire service. It 
was the first college daily paper to use the 
service. 

Each staff is headed by a staff editor who in 
turn is responsible to the executive news editor 
and ultimately to the editor-in-chief, who heads 
the entire Daily lllini operation. 

Editorial policy is determined by an editorial 
board of about fourteen members, including the 
editor-in-chief, executive news editor, staff edi- 
tors, and top reporters. Since The Daily lllini 
is in no way subsidized by the University, its 
editorial policy is formulated independently of 
University control. It is this independence 
which emphasizes the necessity for objective 
news coverage and responsible editorial criti- 
cism in The Daily lllini. 




Activities staff — Left to right : Susan Teegarden, Marshall Kessler, 
Carolyn Daily, Carla Kogan, Margaret McCloskey, Mary Russell, 
Mary Dommers, Constance Brand 

Not in panel : Marv Schumacher, Judith Coleman, Judith Shulman, 
Roberta Tripp, Ruth Black 

Copy staff — Left to right : Virginia Bolin, Judy Hedger, Betty 

Shubert, Emma Pippins, Phoebe Kosfeld 
Not in panel : Gayle Haglund, Sarah Turner 



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City staff — Top row : William Stephens, Michael Whalen, Richard Icen, Kenneth 

Brown, Ted Friedman 
Bottom row : Richard Archbold 



Campus staff — Left to right : Margaret Molitor, Michael Glass- 
man, Jeri Simmons, Carl Bell, Thomas Barber, Janice Eich- 
horn, Helen Milecki, Donald Friedman, Martha Graves 

Not in panel: Mary Siebert, David Ward, Thomas O'Beirne, 
Patricia Matsumoto, Roger Weissman 





Terry Wade, business manager 
Richard Schwartz, associate business manager 



DAILY ILLINI 

BUSINESS 

STAFF 



Though The Daily Illini is a student news- 
paper and its staff is composed of students, 
it is a business. And as a business it has the 
responsibility of making a profit. This means 
that circulation must be maintained and that 
The Daily Mini's advertisers must receive the 
best possible results from their advertise- 
ments. 

In order to meet this responsibility, The 
Daily Illini has a business staff composed of 
three departments: circulation, classified, and 
display advertising. 

It is the job of the circulation department 
to maintain and increase the circulation of 
the paper. This department handles most of 
the paper's clerical work and plans all pro- 
motional projects to boost sales. 

The classified department is responsible for 
receiving, writing, and handling all classified 
ads to be run in The Daily Illini, 

The display advertising department exists 
primarily to service the advertisers of The 
Daily Illini. 



Junior managers — Left to 
George Bossarte 



right : Victoria Feit, Jay Lytle, 



Classified staff — Top row: Janice Wright, Carla Kogan, Karen Van Cleave 
Bottom row: Victoria Feit 




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The copy and layout staff creates, writes, 
and makes up all the ads for local advertisers. 
Contact is maintained with these advertisers 
by the members of the advertising sales staff 
who call on each advertiser periodically. It 
is their responsibility to make sure that the 
local retailers are satisfied with their adver- 
tising in the Daily Illini and to sell additional 
advertising space whenever possible. 

The dispatch staff proofreads all advertise- 
ments to be run in the paper, distributes 
proofs of these ads to the advertiser before 
it is run, and makes the page layout of the 
paper. 

The combined efforts of these departments 
determine the effectiveness of the Daily Illini 
as a business and is ultimately responsible for 
obtaining all income that the paper receives. 

The result is that it is necessary for the 
members of the business staff to consider 
their work as a job that requires intelligence 
and hard work, in addition to an activity. 



Above right ; Circulation and classified staff — Left to right : 
Patricia Webb, Carolyn Babcock, James Lytle, James 
Muirhead, Joyce Drysch, Sandra Johnson 

Below right: Meeting those deadlines 




Dispatch staff — Left to right : Lynne Matthies, James Saer, Nancy Weinstein 
Not in panel : Jack Marks 



Display advertising staff — Left to right: Arthur Paolini, Leonard 
Gertler, Nancy Stepan, Michael Miller, Barbara Hummer 




Frank Schooley, chairman 



Paul McMichael, general manager 




ILLINI 

PUBLISHING 

COMPANY 



The Mini Publishing Company operates a 
modern printing plant in the basement of 
Mini Hall, manned by union printers and 
pressmen. A variety of commercial printing 
for student and University-connected organ- 
izations is printed there along with The Daily 
Illini and Illinois Technograph. 

A non-profit corporation, the Illini Pub- 
lishing Company was chartered by the state 
for the purpose of printing, publishing, and 
distributing student publications. 

The company operates under a board of 
control. The board is composed of four stu- 
dents and four faculty members who serve 
without compensation. The students are nom- 
inated by Student Senate and elected by the 
board for two year terms. The four faculty 
members are appointed for four-year terms 
by the President of the University. 



Board — Top row : David Cade, Prof. Robert Mautz, Joe Sutton, Donald Long 
Bottom row : Jessie Heathman, Frank Schooley, Ann Funkhouser 




PHOTOGRAPHIC 
STAFF 



The Illini Publishing Company Photo Staff, 
an independent activity, is responsible for 
taking all pictures which appear in The Daily 
Illini and the informals for The lllio. Each 
photographer spends one afternoon and one 
night a week on the "beat" and any additional 
time needed to complete all assignments. 

The staff has two company-owned Speed 
Graphics, but many photographers prefer to 
work with their own cameras. The staff dark- 
room is thoroughly equipped to develop roll 
as well as sheet film. Specialized developers 
and processing aids are available for special 
assignments. 

All photographers are trained in the use of 
cameras, darkroom facilities, and operation of 
the Fairchild Scan-A-Graver with which the 
staff engraves all Daily Illini pictures. Light- 
ing is a specialty of the staff and is practiced 
in natural, bounce, and multiple lighting. 



John Kemvard, photo chief; 

George Hart, assistant 

photo chief 
Not in panel : Rhodes Meyers, 

assistant photo chief 




Night editors — Left to right : Fillmore Dobbs, Gerald Lewy, Lowell 
Griffith, Dick Reichelt 



Staff — Left to right: Arlene Zeller, Gloria Fenner, Howard Dovre, Allen Wagner, Paul Lindstrom, Walter Gilmore, Robert Sabel, Bud Schultz, 
James Stein, Roy Hlavacek 



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ILLINOIS 

FOOTBALL 

MARCHING 

BAND 



John Forsyth, Chief Illiniwek 



Edmund Williams, drum major 



The Illinois Football Band, called the "Marching 
Illini," is made up of men students of the Concert 
and First Regimental bands and the most qualified 
members of the Second Regimental Band. The band, 
directed by Everett Kisinger, has a regular marching 
formation and instrumentation with a total member- 
ship of over 175. 

The Football Band performs for all home games, 
besides taking a trip to another school for one of the 
away games. This year the "Marching Illini" traveled 
to Madison, Wisconsin on November 16 to play for 
the Illinois-Wisconsin game. 

For each performance John Forsyth wears the 
costume of Chief Illiniwek, representing the Uni- 
versity's spirit and tradition. He is the thirteenth 
chief in thirty-one years since the character was 
originated. Edmund Williams serves as drum major 
when the band performs. 



The new uniforms which the band wore for the first time 
in the fall of 1957 




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FIRST 

REGIMENTAL 

BAND 



The First Regimental Band, despite its military 
title, is a concert organization of over one hundred 
members. This group, directed by Everett Kissinger, 
studies serious concert band literature, as well as 
being a nucleus for the "Marching Illini" and a train- 
ing organization for the Concert Band. 

This year the First Regimental Band's perform- 
ances included the Band Festival Concert, the Amer- 
ican Bandmaster's Association Concert, a formal con- 
cert on April 16, the Spring Children's Concert, and 
the Twilight Concert on May 14. 

Besides regular concerts, the band takes part in 
military events such as Veteran's Day on November 
11 and the Honors Day Review in May. 

The annual spring concerts may be heard over the 
radio on station WILL. 



Above: Everett Kisinger, director 
Below: Tympani section practicing 



Members: Richard Adams, Roy Andreotti, Peter Arvedson, Jerome Bacchetti, Ray Baum, Robert Bchnke, William Berta, Julian Bockserman, 
John Bolz, Thomas Bonwell, Arthur Bower, Quinton Bowles, Michael Brainin, Charles Braly, Barbara Breece, Charles Bush, Mary Campbell, 
Cornelia Carnes, Wayne Chilcote, Norbert Cieslewicz, Mike Cleary, John Clem, Candace Clifford, Nancyjane Darling, Conway Davis, Philip 
Davis, Margaret Dempsey, Karen Doughty, Charles Douglass, Earl Dowell, Robert Dvorak, Michael Esselstrom, Douglas Farr, Richard Fears, 
Barbara Fitzgerald, Seth Flanders, Judith Forte, Richard Gardner, Richard Geiger, Donald Gerig, Donald Grigsby, Robert Gronquist, Jon 
Grushka, Glen Gullakson, Richard Haines, Frank Heckler, John Hodson, Sarah Hofsas, John Holmes, Lester Horwitz, William Hubbard, 
David Hutson, Richard Jarrard, Harold Jepson, Kirby Johnson, Walter Justice, David Kamm, Larry Kinsella, James Knapp, Carol Koken- 
sparger, William Kunz, Donald Lacy, David Lantz, Patricia Leach, Larry Lewis, William Lonacre, William Lyon, Marshall Mabie, Elizabeth 
McHose Donald Molnar, Charles Morehead, Miles Nelson, Thomas Noggle. Richard Noland, Ruby Nyenhuis, Roger Oberndorf, William Olson, 
William Owen, William Oyen, Edith Peschang, Robert Plamondon, Sandra Rayburn, Jerry Rehberg, James Riley, Donald Robb, William Rogers, 
Larry Schrik, Wilfred Schuemann, Frank Shoufer, Harrv Simmons, Lewis Simon, Max Sinkler, Benjamin Steinberg, Edward Sweda, Robert 
Tripp, Ronald VanMvnen, Neil Wilev, William Wruck, Noel Zabriskie, Judith Zukerman 



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SECOND 

REGIMENTAL 

BAND 



The Second Regimental Band, with a membership 
of 135, is a concert organization with almost complete 
instrumentation. Everett Kisinger conducts the band 
with the assistance of James Fleisher. For facility 
the group is divided into two divisions with approxi- 
mately sixty to one hundred members in each. 

In conjunction with the other University bands, 
the Second Regimental Band presents several con- 
certs including the Festival Concert on January 11 
and the Spring Twilight Concert in April. The band 
also participates in the Mothers Day program. 

The Second Regimental Band joins the First Regi- 
mental Band to take part in military events and 
parades and to broadcast concerts over WILL. 

The band also plays for all pep rallies held before 
home football games. 




Practice makes perfect for the brass and woodwind 
sections of the band. 



Members: Carl Abegg, George Adams, Donald Andrews, Constance Ashmore, Richard Barnett, Donald Bartel, Robert Bauer, Neil Becker, Bernadine 
Bernhardt, John Bort, Richard Berutti, Harold Blue, Harold Breece, Robert Brennan, Thomas Brinkerhoff, Richard Brock, Bruce Bueschel, 
David Bunting, Larry Burk, Arthur Callahan, Donald Carlson, Allen Cassens, Richard Childers, Thomas Clark, James Clayberg, William Colby, 
Ross Coons, James Cooper, Jack Cornell, Dan Dannenfeldt, Dennis Denny, Glenn Dodd, Franklin Dooling, Dennis Duffield, James Ellis, Robert 
Endres, Bruce Fink, Robert Firebaugh, Robert Fisher, John Forsyth, Glen Fotre, James Fry, Julia Gates, Edwin Gaylord, William Gray, 
Thomas Grontage, John Haertel, John Harrer, James Hayward, Rod Herbig, Larry Hoffman, Fred Hubbard, Jean Hughes. Richard Huston, Miles 
Hyde, Jack Jolley, Byron Jones, Maurice Jones. Larry Jost, Anthony Kardis, Wayne Kerchner, Nancy Kerr, Marshall Kessler, Daniel Kirchhoff, 
Herbert Klein, Phyllis Knight, Peter Kresl, Walter Lacey, Dennis Lantz, Ronald Larncr, Paul Lindstrom, Alan Lopatka, Dennis Lory, Richard 
Luker, Marshall Marcus, Byron Marlowe, Charles Marshall, Kenneth Marshall, Thomas McAuliffe, John McCarty, Carroll McGinnis, Georgia-Lee 
Melvin, Joseph Mendera, David Metzler, Joseph Miller, Robert Miller, Albert Mulberry, Larry Neeman, Daniel Peck, Roger Perrin, Wayne 
Peterson, Kenneth Petrovic, Wayne Petticrew, Robert Pickett, Gerald Pilcher, Donald Quest, Robert Radtke, John Randolph, James Reedy, James 
Reid, Charles Rhodes, William Rojas, Gary Saben, Kenneth Schaefer, Anthony Schaeffer, Lonnie Schunk, Edward Schwab, Donald Smith, Robert 
Smith, Vicki Soukup, Loren Strohman, Thomas Sykes, Corinne Tabor, Susan Tazewell, Walter Tenclinger, Robert Terry, Richard Thomas. Har- 
rison Thornley, Robert Warfield, Bruce Weber, William White, Jerry Williams, William Wis, Sara Wold, Bruce Wolff, Robert Worner, William 
Yontz, Richard York, Arthur Yuenger, James Zinser 





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CONCERT 
BAND 



Mark Hindsley, director 



The University of Illinois Concert Band is 
recognized as the finest college symphonic 
band organization in the nation. Conducted 
by Mark Hindsley and composed of carefully 
selected musicians, the Concert Band per- 
forms the best music in a professional man- 
ner. 

For several years the band has made a tour 
to various sections of Illinois or neighboring 
states. This year the band visited several 
towns in southern Illinois including Alton, 
Metropolis, and Carmi. 

During the first week in March the Concert 
Band participated in the dedication of the 
new band building. 

Besides the tour and dedication ceremony, 
the band appeared in the fourth annual Festi- 
val of Concert Band Music, the sixty-eighth 
Anniversary Concerts, the fifty-ninth annual 
Twilight Concert Series, and the June Com- 
mencement. 



Members: Gerald Anderson, Dorothy Arndt, Jan Bach, Richard Bayley, Lida Beasley, Patricia Bell, Wesley Bentrude, Barry Berman, Alfred Blatter, 
Kenneth Bonnem Francis Bowen, Luella Broaddus, Edith Brockman, Forrest Buchtel, Robert Bntkus, Julia Cash, John Clark, Judith Cotter, 
Patricia Davies, Harvey Davis. Charles DCamp, Joyce DCamp, Carol Dick, Kathryn Dieterich, Oliver Dubre, Norman Duensing, Carl Ellis, 
Ronald Fink, James Fle'isher, Gene Fox, Judith Frees, James Frigo, George Frock, William Gallo, Thomas Gauger, Warren Gedstad, George Geis, 
Gerald Grose, Jack Hansen, James Havens, Linda Hawkins, Willard Hayworth, Robert Hindsley, Orland Holmes, Harold Huber, Robert 
Huston, Warren James, Carlyle Johnson, Robert Kelley, James Kelly, Mary Kelling, Howard Kennedy, Thomas Knox, Fred Kolojay, George 
Koonce, Frank Krai, Herbert' Kuehne, Donald Kush, Robert Lansford, Richard Larson, Paul Lawrisuk, Kenneth Luke, Fred Luscombe, Emily 
Martinec, Austin McDowell, Jack McKenzie, Ralph Merten, Danlee Mitchell, James Molenaar, Milton Mojzis, Marty Moore, Charles Mullett, Clifford 
Nelson, John Nemeth, Sonva Ovan, Philip Palmer. Gilbert Papp, Judson Parker, Thomas Reeder, Douglas Rettig, John Reynolds, Joseph Rice, 
George Riggins, Marjorie Robertson, Kenneth Rooker, Jackson Root, Faith Roubik, Grace Sexton, Haskell Sexton, John Skroder, Judith Smith, 
Richard Snyder, Bernard Steinberg, Arthur Stone, Edwin Thaver. John Thieman, Richard Tolley, Dale Traxler, Gail Tummelson, Richard 
Vandament,' Carol VanHorn, James Vobornik, David Voelpel, Linda Wall, Ronald Ward, Mark Wellek, Owen West, Edmund Williams, 
Stephen Williams, Bonita Wilson, John Winking, Julene Wright, Phyllis Younger, Sally Zachay, James Zuidema, Judith Zukerman 



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SYMPHONY 
ORCHESTRA 

The University of Illinois Symphony Or- 
chesra, numbering approximately ninety 
players, includes music students and any 
other students from the University who can 
qualify. 

The student symphony has appeared in 
recent years under the batons of Sir Thomas 
Beecham, Leopold Stokowski, Eugene Anser- 
met, and other world-famous conductors. 
Under the direction of Prof. Bernard Good- 
man, its conductor for the past seven years, 
the orchestra has accompanied such soloists 
as Joseph Fuchs, Leonard Bose, and Max 
Bostal. 

The symphony has made a number of re- 
cordings in the School of Music Custom Be- 
cording Series which are broadcast over the 
student radio station. 

An annual highlight of the orchestra's ac- 
tivities is the Benefit Concerto Concert, given 
in the spring to raise funds for scholarships 
for music students. The concert features 
senior and graduate students who are ready 
to embark on professional careers. 




Prof. Bernard Goodman, director 



Members : Doris Alderman, Gerald Anderson, Charles Aschbrenner, Jan 
Bell, Sanford Kerry, Phyllis Bleck, Ann Brainerd, Kdith Broekman, 
Carl Ellis, Lois Eisner, Carole Engle, Natalie Fefferman, Ronald P 
Jack Hansen, Valgene Hayworth, Judith Hembrey, Orland Holmes, 
Barbara Kilburn, Nanoy Knosher, Phillip Koonce, Perrti Korpi, 
Fred Luscombe, Lucretia Luseombe, Camilla Lyon, Alice Mahler, 
Metzger, Shirley Meyer, Carolyn Mitchell, Dan lee Mitchell,' Maria 
Papp, Janet Pasch, William Pittman, Neil Polit. Jovce Pollard. Julia 
Smith, Bernard Steinberg, Theodore Thayer, Richard Tolley, Donna 
Edmund Williams, Suzanne Wilson, John Winking, Phyllis Younger 



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MEN'S 
GLEE CLUB 

Recognized as one of the top collegiate 
men's glee clubs in the country, the Univer- 
sity of Illinois Varsity Men's Glee Club, con- 
ducted by Professor Harold Decker, has 
reached a standard of excellence in per- 
formance rarely achieved by this type of 
organization. 

The club's repertoire includes the finest 
music available for men's voices, ranging 
from sacred and classical works through 
opera and operetta, folk songs, spirituals, and 
contemporary choral arrangements. 

Membership in the Men's Glee Club is 
open to any qualified male singer enrolled 
as a student in the University. Of the present 
seventy-five members only nine are enrolled 
in the School of Music. The remainder 
represent almost all the schools of the Uni- 
versity. 

In addition to campus activities, each year 
the glee club gives several off-campus con- 
certs and takes an annual spring tour. 

Above — Left to right: Fred Kohout, senior manager; William Corley, 

president 
Below — Left to right: Miles Whitten, junior manager; Simeon Trotter, 

treasurer; Stephen Webb, junior manager; Delbert Denby, secretary ; 

Garee Slider, -publicity coordinator 

Members: Robert Anderson, Erwin Arends, William Bogard, Robert Burns, Delano Cox, Vernon Eidman, John Guthrie, Richard Hamilton, Leonard 
Hays, Joseph Jones, Richard Kewlev, Norman Maver, Gene Noland, Joe Olinger, Robert Piper, John Reynolds, Jerald Rhine, Robert Speth, Ed- 
ward Ashley, Roger Chirpe, Delbert Denby, Allen Devleschoward, Russell Duttweller, Stanley Eden, Richard Hubert, Bruce Kincaid, George 
Kocher Fred Kohout, Thomas Loew, Daniel McNabb, Philip Palmer, John Reinhardt, Jackie Riddle, Louis Rogers, Charles Shutt, Simeon Trot- 
ter Ronald Worstell, Charles Wolven, Allen Anderson, David Broadbent, Lloyd Burling, Thomas Dolan, Carl Esshnger, Donald Gerig, Robert 
Gronquist Donald Hartter, George Henkel, Richard Koeller, Charles Laible, Fredrick Lincicome, Kerry Newman, Ronald Page, Myron Reaman, 
Peter Schuetz Dennis Stoller, Walter Taft, Joseph Beckerman, Allen Cassens, William Colby, William Corley, David Dinsmore, James Fry, 
Robert Johnston, David Joseph, Donald Lee, Flovd Osterman, Anthony Petullo, Joe Rice, Thomas Rothgeb, Edward Ryan, William Sawtell, James 
Schertz, Garee Slider, Edward Stapp, Steve Webb, Stephen Weiser, Miles Whitten, Dean Wilson 




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WOMEN'S 
GLEE CLUB 



The Women's Glee Club is one of the four 
choral organizations on the campus. All four 
classes and most of the schools of the Univer- 
sity are represented by the sixty-five mem- 
bers. 

Members are chosen by audition during 
freshman week in the fall. Women are not 
only picked for their voices but also for their 
musical ability. 

The main purpose of the Women's Glee 
Club is to promote enjoyment and pleasure 
through singing and to better musical knowl- 
edge while doing so. Music is varied so mem- 
bers can gain experience singing all types of 
music. 

In the fall the Glee Club performed for 
Odgen and Champaign High Schools. Just 
before Christmas the group traveled to Cha- 
nute Air Force Base to present a Christmas 
concert. During the spring semester, the Glee 
Club made two tours, one to Chicago and the 
surrounding area. 




Officers — Top row: Jenny Wertheim, president; Nancy Hurt, tour 

chairman 
Bottom roic : Virginia Zucks, vice president; Karen Domke, treasurer; 

Doris Vanis, secretary 



Below: Preparing for rehearsal 



Members — First sopranos: Marjorie Anderson. Arline Berquist, Janet Britt, Margaret Dempsey, Sandra Eppard, Martha Gilkerson, Betty Holpuch, 
Mary Huntley, Lois Johnson, Dorothy Ramsey, Jean Raymond, Carol Shaw, Mary Tews, Janet Vaupel, Marlene Washington 

Second sopranos: Nancy Burroughs. Sheryl Clayton, Lois Doniger, Judith Feutz, Barbara Horton, Lila Keleher, Eleda Klugman, Donna Kreiter, 
Marlene Litwiller, Mary Lutz. Carolyn Peterson, Phyllis Peterson, Rosalyn Wolfe, Ella Young 

Altos : Anita Affolter, Barbara Angell, Ruth Britt. Karen Domke, Emily Fessler, Joan Gutowsky, Carol Hay, Gwendolyn Hayes. Nancy Hurt, 
Martha Jones, Claudia Joslyn, Zoe King, Susan Knight. Janice Korfist Margaret Kreige, Deloris Maulding, Barbara Reuter, Nancy Rockwood, 
Aina Schar, Ruth Solomon, Marlene Stickel, Jenny Wertheim, Nancy Wertheim, Joni Wineland, Virginia Zucks 



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UNIVERSITY 
CHOIR 



The University Choir, now in its fourteenth 
year, is the most advanced singing organiza- 
tion on the campus. The sixty-five members 
of the choir are some of the most highly 
skilled singers in the University. Many are 
voice majors in the School of Music, but there 
are representatives from almost every school 
of the University. The organization performs 
a varied repertoire, representing all types of 
musical literature. 

The choir, directed by Professor Harold 
Decker, is under the auspices of the School of 
Music. This year was Professor Decker's first 
year as Choral Director and as director of the 
choir. 

In past years the University Choir has 
made extensive tours of Illinois, singing at 
high schools, conventions, and community 
activities. This year the Choir traveled in 
both Illinois and Iowa, singing for a wide 
variety of audiences. The organization also 
performed for many campus activities and 
functions and for groups in the Champaign- 
Urbana area. 

Above: Officers — Top ran-: John McCauley, junior manager; Paul 

Gaskins. president; .lames Sincox, senior manager 
Bottom row: Jenny Wertheim, junior manager; Lois Rucker, treasurer; 

Iris Arentl, secretary 

Top row — Left to right: Maurice Jones. Doris Miller. James Sincox, Charlotte Seils. Robert Piper, Donald Paschke, Barbara Langley, Paul Gaskins, 

Grace Habben, Alfred Houkom, Joyce Loofbourrow, John McCauley, Randolph Watson 
Third row: Larry Taylor, Deanna Davis, Richard Hamilton, Mary Lutz, Peter Schuetz, Doris Osmond, William Worthley, Patricia Dunn, Norma 

Schroeder, Michael Murray. Frederich Huelster. Marian Gronke, Paul Love, Deiores Powder. Corrine Tabor 
Second row: Larry Hill, Joan Gutowsky, Judith Braun, Kenneth Schofield, Anthony Thompson, Charlotte Harlin, Joyce Hildenbrand, Marilyn 

Sherman, Ronald Worstell, Lois Rucker. Dorothv Hanning. Frances McNeil 
Bottom row: Jenny Wertheim, Geraldine Guren, John Ward, Martha Gilkerson, Marilyn Petke, Eugene Grunby, Betty Brentner, Iris Arend, Myron 

Gross, Marcia Pinfold, Daniel McNabb, Barbara Reuter, Andrea Raible, Harold Decker, director 
Not in panel: Mary Ross, Dixie Rodehaver, Bruce Bueschel, Kenneth Hudson, Robert Wilhoit, William Simpson 



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Member.? .- Beverly Arent, Sandra Ayers, Sandra Bonjean, Mary Campbell, Harriet Chase. Mary Cornman, Clementine DeRosa, Mollie Douglas, 
Margaret Ever, Winifred Gendon, Una Gremmels, Ruth Hadler, Martha Hayes, Judith Hoover, Anita Hughes, Doris Light, Betty Shubert, Evelyn 
Smith, Jacklyn Vismara, Sue Watkins, Genevieve Zeh, Edna Uhlrick, Deanna Africk, Karen Arentsen, Sarah Duwell, Mary Blenker, Jeanne 
Bleuer, Louise Cohen, Suzanne Franks, Norma Green, Frances Gemmill, Grainne Griffin, Carol Haller, Carole Jiroch, Joaii Johnson, Symma 
Kitover, Carol Knosher, Mary Morrison, Irmgard Pesler, Sandra Rosenbloom, Eugenia Smith, Donna Snyder, Judy Spitzner, Marylynn St. Aubin, 
Sharron Vondracek, Linda Workman, Betty Wilk, Sandra Wolf, Roberta Ahrens, Joan Baer. Nancy Burroughs, Emily Clival, Helen Cvengros, 
Carol J. Edwards, Carol L. Edwards, Carene Erwin, Emily Fessler, Susan Hastings, Mary Hahn, Jean Hashbarger, Mary Helper, Colette Holman, 
Elizabeth Hubbard, Margaret Hubbard, Audrey Huck, Ruth Keil, Dixie Kelly, Judith Lauber. Marilyn Miller, Gretehen Misher, Patricia 
O'Loughlin, Carol Palmer, Sylvia Polovitch, Suzanne Roche, Judy Sider, Karen Siegrist, Susan Schuham, Janice Tencate, Marcella Wenn- 
macher, Bonita Wilson, Judith Zitzler, Ronald Burkey, Alan Drum, Roland Dekker-Van Ghyl, Phillin Gritten, Roger Higgs, Leonard Hays, 
James Logan, James Mading, Kenneth Marshall, Lenard Meyer, William Painter, Frederick Roecker, James Roecker, Donald Reuter, Lester 
Schultz, Brad Williams, Peter Aikman, George Brooke, Evan Buck, Frederick Bunning, Bud Carlson, David Felgar, Arthur Gingrich, Ronald 
Grimm, George Hadfield, Kenneth Harbison, James Havens, Walter Hopkins, David Johnson, Robert Kennedy, David Kuhn, Robert Lipschultz, 
Lonny McClung, Donald Michael, Kenneth Miller, Robert Parker, Forrest Paxton, Thomas Peterson, James Philblad, James Reed, John Shuman, 
Harold Schatz, Kent Smith, Kenneth Telleen, Joel Wesson, Russell Ziegenhorn, Richard Hutchison, Daniel Duwell. Frank Hann, Jon Dosher, 
Charles Broughton, Roger Luman, David Wilke, James Neal, David Moss, John Ripley, William Hanko 



UNIVERSITY CHORUS 

University Chorus, numbering about 150, is a 
training group for the more advanced choral organ- 
izations. Members must audition and also demon- 
strate a real interest in choral singing. 

Directed by Russell Matins, the Chorus perforins 
a wide variety of music to obtain as much experi- 
ence as possible. The group participates in one 
concert each semester. 



The Oratorio Society is composed of students, 
faculty, and townspeople with advanced vocal 
ability. This group, composed of 130 members, 
presents two major choral works every year under 
the direction of Mr. Harold A. Decker. On De- 
cember 17, 1957, the Oratorio Society presented 
Haydn's Imperial Mass assisted by the Symphony 
Orchestra. 

ORATORIO SOCIETY 



Members — Top row: Carolyn Cabalek, Nadine Covert, Virginia Svach, Margaret Brengle. Elizabeth Edwards, Marilyn Brown, Helen Schwarz, Marg- 
aret Jones, Helen Kohlmeyer, Mary Birk, Barbara Pullman, Shirley Caimack, Ruth Johnson, Jo Colvin, Dorothy Trotter, Paulette Kling, Sue 
Brown, Joy Thomas, Hattie Winfield, Sandra Sanders, Susan Ball, Katharine Weller. Margaret Larson 

Fourth row: Lucile Allen, Evelyn Kaminstas, Donna Chiles, Sharon Reese, Doris Osmond, Shirley Breidenstein, Betty Lynch, Donald Paschke, 
Paul Reynolds, John Fitzgerald, Eric Kach, Louis Svach, Peter Yankwich. Jerold Wright, Joyce Marlin, Diana Haskell. Edith Jones, Joan Roberts, 
Barbara Bakker, Mary Rockstad. Anna Kanellos 

Third row: Jacqueline Leng, Janet Britt, Theodora Kanellos. Bonita Wilon. Evelyn Krueger, Elixabeth McGregor. Constance Curtin, Shirley Hill. 
Renate Oppenlander, John Rund, David Mills, Edward Ashley, Roger Norton, Robert Gronquist, Richard Wissell, Norman Knable. Anthony 
Thompson. Linda Anderson. Frances Fishel, Carolyn Franks, Phyllis Simmons, Mar.jorie Beane, Elynor Depue, Frieda Runser, Alice Collins, 
Diane Berkowitz 

Second row: Carol Brown, Judith Hoover, Mary Roberts, Margaret Dempsey, Mary Eilbracht. Rebecca Patchin. Janice Camp. Mary Aubertin, 
Gerald Bakker. Jack Ruina, Ronald Worstell. Kenneth Rinehart, Charles Lynch. Allan Anderson, Doris Reynolds, Ann Dick, Frances Hadley, 
Marian Soule, Ellen Dempsey, Lois Merritt, Clotilde Phelps, Marion M Her. Maribeth Lntz 

Bottom row: Jeanette Chang, Ann Mason. Frances Williams, Florence Goodrich, John Ehrman, George Sanders, William Carloclc, Richard Huggins, 
Robert Kidder, Edward Lantz, lay Allen, William Worthley, Sidney Murray, Laura Sawyer, Joyce Liechenstein, Zoe King, Jessica Kramer, 
Marjorie Honn, Paula Silverman. Carol Adams 

Soloists: James Bailey, tenor; Margaret Rice, soprano; Harold A. Decker, director; Dorothy Clark, 0/(0; Robert Elson, bass 



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Left: Scene from Cavalleria Rusticana by Mascagni with 
Marjorie Stucke and Gerthalene Hines 



OPERA WORKSHOP 



Two principals, Dorothy Han- 
ning and Rachel Day, with 
Director Zirner during a re- 
hearsal for a scene from Cosi 
Fan Tutte 



The Opera Workshop at the University of Illi- 
nois was formed in 1948. Its immediate purpose is 
to give voice students in the School of Music prac- 
tical experience in operatic literature and stage 
techniques. Furthermore it serves to introduce the 
student body and the campus community to opera 
as a living art expression. 

With twenty-six students, most of which are in 
the School of Music, Opera Workshop presented 



three programs this year in November, March, 
and May. Each production contained about eight 
scenes from various operas. 

Since its inception, Opera Workshop has pre- 
sented twenty-three operas, including sixteen con- 
temporary works and ninety-four different scenes 
from the standard repertoire. 

The Workshop is under the musical and artistic 
direction of Ludwig Zirner. 



Queen and court — Top row: Mary Schumacher, Bonita Melnick. Renee Meckler 
Bottom rov: Grace Chechyk, Marlene Delveaux, queen; Joan Kraft 




MRH 
DANCE 



On the evening of November 16, 
1957, Men's Residence Halls spon- 
sored their first all-University dance, 
the Moonlight Formal. Over 200 
couples danced to the music of Johnny 
Rinaldo's band in the ballroom of the 
Illini Union. 

The highlight of the dance came 
during intermission when Marlene 
Delveaux was crowned as queen. She 
was chosen from six candidates by a 
vote taken in the men's residence 
halls. 



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ST. PAT'S 
BALL 



The 1957 St. Pat's Ball, sponsored by the Engi- 
neering Council, was held in the spring in Huff 
Gymnasium. The gym was decorated in a typical 
Saint Patrick's Day style with shamrocks and kelly 
green providing the color. 

The customary ceremony of knighting the twelve 
top seniors in the School of Engineering was held 
during intermission. 

Each year a queen of the St. Pat's Ball is chosen. 
For the 1957 dance, Laurel Baier reigned as queen. 




Committee — Top row: Louis Antonelli, David Bell 

Bottom row : Gregory Jordan, Raymond Borelli, Perry Bol- 

hous, William Brown 
Not in panel : Daryl Strahan, Sully Bonansinga, Maury Kalnitz 




HONORARIES 



Each of the colleges in the University has one or more honoraries composed of students who have high 
scholarship or who have made outstanding achievement in their particular field. Some honoraries, such 
as Shi-Ai and Alpha Chron, draw their members from more than one college. 

These honoraries encourage leadership, service, research, greater understanding of the subject, and high 
professional ideals. They strive to promote scholarship, cooperation, friendship, and achievement. 

Many of the societies are chapters of national organizations, while some have originated at the Uni- 
versity of Illinois to fill the needs of the students. National honoraries have also originated at the Univer- 
sity of Illinois as did Alpha Lambda Delta. 

Students find closer social and professional companionship and fuller development of character and 
personality through membership in these groups. They have the opportunity to experiment in practical 
application in their future profession and to exchange ideas with others in the same field. 

A student elected to membership in an honorary is able to increase his own knowledge by working 
with other students of high standing. Through membership in these groups, students find closer social 
and professional companionship and fuller development of character and personality. 



ALPHA CHRON 

This organization honors independent sophomore women for outstanding work in activities. 

Top row: Gail Hoy, Sue Brown Thelma King, treasurer; Patricia Montgomery, Karen Hiseox 

Third row: Kayetta Sinks, Patricia Goodmon, Ruth Hoogerwerf, Louise Volkstore, Mina Maish, Marian Vreeland 

Second row: Susan Aterrill, Peggy Mason, Mary Helper, Barbara Johns, president; Marsha Finkelman, Margaret Buchanan 

Bottom roi'-. Anne Price, secretary; Marjorie Schwarz, Patricia Armstrong, Phyllis Younger, rice president; Frances Bamburg. Donna Searing 

Not in paiiet: Barbara Keough, Nina Sanders, student adviser; Bean Mary Harrison, adviser; Barbara Bailey, Susan White 




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Top row: Donald Crook, David Paap, Roy Laner, Kenneth Stach, Michael Sasso, William Hancock, Donald Gamblin, Donald Johnson, Richard 

Grandchamp, Gilbert Mochel, Jr. 
Third row : Charles Coleman, Rohert Whittenbarger, Arthur Murray, Thomas Johnston, Clifford Nelson, Gordon Johns, Paul Clancy, Thomas Tiffany, 

Gerald Van Treeck, Patrick Mahoney 
Second row: Raymond Rezutka, Keith Poole, Francis Malone, Richard Ferry, Richard Christopher, vice president; Gerald Brown, president; Dwight 

Delaney, treasurer; Michael Economos, secretary; Robert Wilhoit, William Pickard 
Bottom row : James Holt, Ronald Lememager, Daniel Ewing, Daniel Thorn. Leonard Marino. Roger Eshleman, Donald Askew, Stephen Sutton 
Not in panel: Donald Davis, John Dorsey, David Jelinek, Everett Kimmel, Richard Lindrooth, Lawrence Morrissey, Robert Ritter 

Through contact with men, recognized for their scholarship, this group promotes fellowship and indi- 
vidual growth and strives for the advancement of business education. 



ALPHA KAPPA PSI 



ALPHA SIGMA NU 

This organization recognizes junior and senior women who have maintained an outstanding scholastic 
record, and have demonstrated leadership and service to the organizations of the Sports and Dance 
Council. Members are chosen by recommendations from this council and approval of all members. 



Top row : Dolores Madsen. Martha Davidson 

Bottom row: Pat Albee, Mary Leigh, vice president ; Eleanor Kenny, president ; Carol Aronson, Freddie Mitchell 

Not in panel: Marlene Filip, secretary-treasurer 








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Officers — Left to right: Thomas Johnson, secretary; Jack 
Lusk, vice president; Donald Lee, treasurer; Norman 
Andrus, president 




Larry Edwards fulfills pledge requirement. 



ALPHA DELTA SIGMA 

Alpha Delta Sigma, national professional advertising fraternity, offers an opportunity to participate in 
activities and campus projects which serve as a preparation for the job after graduation. A further oppor- 
tunity to realize the fraternity's motto, "Bridging the Gap," comes through the twelve active alumni 
chapters located in major cities throughout the country. 

Selling local advertisers space on sandwich boards and in Tumor, taking field trips to agencies and media 
in Midwestern cities, attending monthly meetings of the Champaign-Urbana Advertising Club, sending 
delegates to "Inside Advertising" week in New York, as well as to the ADS national and regional con- 
ventions, are evidence of this professional's busy agenda. 

The ADS membership card entitles the bearer to privileges in the Advertising Federation of America 
and in the Advertising Association of the West, whose local chapters work closely with ADS. 



Top row: George Duffy, Donald Flyte, Michael Cavallo, Dr. Charles Sandage, Herman Roling, Richard Poster, John Galloway 

Second row : John Cisarik, Ronald Kaiser, Robert Faulkner, John Kacmarek, Ronald Jaskolski. Mr. Robert Watters, Dr. James Mullen 

Bottom row: Thomas Johnson, Donald Lee, Norman Andrus, Jack Lusk, Mr. Hugh Sargent, adviser 



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Alpha Lambda Delta honors freshman women. 



Officers — Top row: Deanna Africk, treasurer; Nancy Wilson, 
secretary; Virginia Riser, vice president; Ardith Lamps, 
assistant chairman 

Bottom row: Betty Millan, president; Dean Ann MeNamara, 
adviser 



ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 



Alpha Lambda Delta is the freshman women's scholastic honor society. This national organization of 
eighty-two active chapters was founded at the University of Illinois in 1924 by Miss Maria Leonard, then 
Dean of Women. 

Membership requires the student to attain an average of 4.5 while carrying fifteen academic hours her 
first semester or thirty academic hours her first year. A special tea is held first semester for all freshmen 
women attaining an eight weeks average of at least 4.0. 

Special recognition is given to senior women who maintain the Alpha Lambda Delta average through- 
out their college work. Alpha Lambda Delta offers a scholarship assistance program without charge 
to any freshman woman. 



Top row: Martha Graves, Janet Boyer, Sheryl Clayton, Gail Dent, Elizabeth Hamilton, Lynn Spaulding, Marie Eigenraueh, Marion Klajnik, Phyllis 
Knight, Ruth Campbell, Joan Parkhill, Barbara Johns, Nancy Shipp, Janet Abell, Alice Shoger, Carolyn Sturker 

Second row : Nancy Dinnella, Jean Brummer, Ardith Lamps, Virginia Riser, Betty Millan, Nancy Wilson, Deanna Africk, Linda Mooberry, Janice 
Hawkins, Constance Ashmore 

Bottom row: Phyllis Appell, Alice Helm, Carol Leonard, Jenna Lambert, Therese Perri, Beverly Gardner, Gayle Haglund, Nancy Knosher, Patricia 
Webb, Kay Reese, Ida Bartelstein 

Not in panel: Joan Anderson, Barbara Bailey, Marsha Balaban, Lynn Bell. Vivian Brown, Janet Chumbley, Judy Citterman, Barbara Cohn, Grace 
Coplan, Rose Czekala, Sylvia Dean, Constance Eckman, Beverly Finkelman, Judith Gelman, Roberta Golden, Linda Goldstein, Marcia Hathorne, 
Mary Helper, Barbara Hirsch, Virginia Hommel, Janice Jack, Nina Jacobs, Eunice Keller, Mary Kelling, Marcia Kittilsen, Diana Kramp, 
Margaret Kriege. Priscilla Laird, Barbara Lord, Marleen Lungren, Laurie McClure. Sheila McMillan, Mary-Dell Matchett, Janet Matheny, 
Shirley Meyer, Jean Moore, Masayo Nishimura, Mary Trautman, Joanne Ruck, Carol Stickler, Linnea Swanson, Sally Swanson, Barbara Tobor, 
Donna Toika. Donna Tredrea, Glenna Winkleman, Janina Wojciecho wska, Barbara Buente, Cynthia Cunningham, Mary Hahn, Betty Hulka, 
Donna Lindstrand, Carol Olin, Elaine Sukman 



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Top roiv : John Bidner, Leland Wells, Arthur Buesking, Morris Huck, Donald Youngkin, Delmar Schleder, Lawrence Gardner, Peter Thomas 
Third row : Carrol Bolen, Wayne Pillen, Kent Durbin, Thomas Sarrells, Lawrence Duewer, Eugene Trautvetter, William Hull, Lee West, Vernon 

Brazle 
Second row : Marvin McDonald, Lyonel Ourth, David Oakes, Hubert Walls, James Reed, John Feddersen, Donald Miller, Richard Basestri, Edward 

Gillespie, Edward Scholz 
Bottom row: John Craddock, adviser; Thomas Frey, treasurer; Eldon Sparrow, secretary; George Arensman, vice president; Charles Thompson, 

president; Marvin Damron, Dale Ruckman, Ronald Seibel, Billy Rich, Joseph Hodges, Richard Fairgrieves 

This National professional honorary agricultural education fraternity strives to develop a professional 
spirit in teaching agriculture and to train teachers to be rural community leaders. 



ALPHA TAU ALPHA 



ALPHA ZETA 



Alpha Zeta recognizes outstanding students in agriculture with selection on the basis of scholarship 
and activities. 



Top row : David Ash, Allen Barker, Dale Ruckman, Roger Chisholm, Edwin Hawkinson, John Bossingham, John Woods 
Second row : Donald Pinney, Robert Mohrman, Carl Becker, John Rehn, Joseph Helms, Vernon Eidman, Charles Burrus 

Bottom row: Arlyn Rabideau, treasurer; George Anselm, vice president; Lynn Truckenbrod, secretary; George Tjardes, Raymond Carmichael, Glen 
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Top row : Eugene Anderson, Ted Rabun, Prof. Gaze Lukas 

Fourth row : Prof. Charles Griffin, Joseph Anient, William Wiessing, John Grace, Prof. Arthur Wyatt, John True 

Third row : Prof. Robert Dickey, Prof. Hale Newcomer, Prof. Gerald Brighton, William Gray 

Second row: Laurance Nathan, John D'Asaro, secretary; Prof. Norton Bedford, adviser; Ronald Lamson, president; Charles McClellan 

Bottom row: Alan Sons, vice president; Gordon Johns, treasurer 

Not in panel : Prof. Cecil M'oyer, Edwin DeMaris, Harold Arnett, Robert Berryman, Essel Dillavou, Horace Gray, Paul Green, Dorothy Litherland, 
Kenneth Perry, Hiram Scovill, William Thomas, William Tuthill, Paul Van Arsdell, Nelson Wakefield, Floyd Windal, Charles DeLong, Robert 
Scholsser, Robert Mautz, Clarence Avery, Jack Barnhill, Paul Clevenger, Nancy Desmond, Comptroller Herbert Farber, Hellfried Holzer, Harold 
Jasper, Patrick Kemp, Raymond McGarvey, Lloyd Morey, Rudolph Schattke, Robert Stevens, Floyd Windal, Vernon Zimmerman, George Mead, 
Ceeil Worrells, Phillip Fess, Orville Abolt, Robert Bodie, James Burk, Kenneth Carpenter, Allan Jandera, Norman Margolin, Joseph Olinger, Rex 
Reed, Harold Rieches, Anna Lee, Carl Laxson 

Beta Alpha Psi encourages the development of a professional attitude in the beginning accountant. 



BETA ALPHA PSI 



CHI EPSILON 



Chi Epsilon recognizes and aids in developing fundamental characteristics of the successful Civil Engi- 
neer. Founded at the University of Illinois in 1922, it now has 47 chapters and 11,500 members. 

Top row: Phillip Gould, transit editor; William Nordell, William Ferry, president; David Heindel 

Second row: Joseph Sidor, Norman Roden, J. Levering Merritt, facidty adviser; George Griffin, treasurer 

Bottom row: George Gunderson, Robert Wozniak, Richard Capek, Jess Pepple, vice president; Donald White, secretary 



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Officers — Top roiv : Charles Tygett, personnel officer; James 
Anderson, comptroller; Morris Huck, adjutant; Wendell 
Hull, special projects officer 

Bottom row: Major Warner Brandenburg, advisor; William 
Sullivan, commander ; Patricia Kentner, sponsor; Bern- 
ard Paul, operations officer 

We socialize, too! 

ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY 

After beginning activities in 1949 as the Arnold Air Society of Air Cadets, the group merged with two 
other national organizations to become the Arnold Air Society, which is an honorary and fraternal organ- 
ization for advanced AF-ROTC cadets. The first University of Illinois graduate to lose his life in the 
Second World War was Jake Schaefer, and it is in his honor that this squadron is named. 

The purpose of the society is in line with the mission of the officers training program. The society 
strives to provide only the finest officers of the highest caliber by presenting a varied program of speak- 
ers, movies, and discussion at bi-monthly meetings. 

Many worthwhile projects are carried on throughout the year. Among these are talks to high schools 
about the future of the Air Force; the Sabre Squadron, a freshman-sophomore society patterned after 
Arnold Air Society; a yearly dance; and displays during the Engineering Open House and the "Elite 
Eight" basketball tournament. 

The Jake Schaefer Squadron is the command squadron for Area F which covers the states of Michigan, 
Indiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Illinois. There are eleven squadrons covering the continental United 
States. 

Top row: Bernard Paul, Thomas Mieklos, Larry Hooker, Saunders McCord, Alan Swanson, Everett Schleter, James Stewart, Taddeus Swiecki, 

Theodore Jamison 
Fourth row: William Shaffer, Fred Heinemann, Wendell Hull, Morris Huck, James Sharp, Bernard Burnett, Phil Jones, Robert Rankine, Edward 

DeLong, John Briggs 
Third row: Captain Paul Amodt, Captain Billy Ross, Major Warner Brandenburg, William Sullivan, Patricia Kentner, Captain James Donovan, 

Charles Tygett, James Anderson 
Second row: Robert Ingram, Thomas Walker, Charles Finch, Ronald Miller, Robert Vanderstraeten. Theodore Dreyer, Everett Kimmell 
Bottom row: Lester Rippy, Edward Blahous, Dick Beusinger, Robert Newth, David Bland, Donald Long, Donald Georgi, John Perry 



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Officers — Top rotv : Mary Wall, secretary; Lena Ward, historian; 

Arlene Fitzgerald, vice president ; Mary MeDougle, treasurer 
Bottom row : George Ross, president 



KAPPA DELTA PI 



Kappa Delta Pi was founded on March 8, 1911 when Alpha Chapter was instituted at the University 
of Illinois. From that time until now this honor society in education has grown until there are 222 
chapters located in 45 states. 

The purpose of Kappa Delta Pi is to encourage high professional, intellectual, and personal stand- 
ards and to recognize outstanding contributions to education. To this end, it invites to membership 
such persons as exhibit comemndable personal qualities, worthy educational ideals, and sound scholar- 
ship. It endeavors to maintain a high degree of professional fellowship among its members and to 
quicken professional growth by honoring achievement in educational work. 

Besides honoring high scholarship in the field of education, the Alpha Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi 
takes pride in the various educational events it sponsors on this campus each year. Both alone and 
in cooperation with other educational organizations, it has presented a distinguished list of educators 
as speakers and panel members. The chapter presents an annual award to the outstanding undergrad- 
uate student in the field of education. 



Top rovi : Lois Minute, Sheila Pohn, Florence Thompson, Dorothy Light, Betty Holpuch, Diane Nasiatka, Joan Burdick, Lovie Jackson, Martha Drew, 

Frances Stevens, Judith Dawson, Lois Lackner 
Third row: George Ross, Walter Duda, Clarence Pozon, Ann Herreid, Marilyn Huser, Joyce Tunik, Sheila Weinberg. Louise Flacks, Rhea Davis, 

Eleanor Kenney, Alice Sklenicka, Diana Rea, Carole Stiven, Joan Raschke, Margaret Hagan, Sally Blacher, Kenneth Retzer, Fred Barnes 
Second row : Eugene Adam, Phyllis Blede, Clyde Slocum, Bluma Weiner, Charles Butler, Roberta Beck, JoAnn Williamson, Rosemary Stanton, Glen 

Gaides, Joan Barr, Donald Stanek, Virginia Bauman, Gail Newman, David Kozekla 
Bottom row : Arlene Fitzgerald, Rose Kehart, Ruth Thompson, Lena Ward, Mary MeDougle, Leta Maloney, Mary Wall, Jean Harding, Mary Clifford, 

Anne Pickett. Marilvn Dunn 




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Top row : Theodore Peck, James Tetrick, Conrad Lantz, Marshall Mabie, Robert Aten, Marshall Drues, Donald Puchalski, Charles Berndt, Donald Mar- 
golis, Barry Kerns, Gene Kostiek, Norbert Chutrau, Richard Greer, Joseph Huyler, John Trimble 

Third row : Elbert Rhoades, William Forsythe, Malcolm MacLean, John Valentine, George Bockwinkel, Robert Stallman, Sidney Zipperman, Donald 
May, August Wisnosky, Lawrence Moore, Thomas Bartuska, Dennis Carlson, Thomas Lorenz, Donald Berg, Robert Fahlbeck, William Yonan, Her- 
man Schafer, Lon Rademacher, Jay Muntz 

Second row: David Brill, Lawrence Gahan, Owen Ackerman, treasurer; David Hunsaker, Thomas Walker, president; Robert Hunt, vice presid»nt; 
Richard Eberhardy, secretary; John Fix, Richard Whittaker 

Bottom row : Nils Soneson, LeRoy Gurd, Thomas Krucker, Robert Hintz, Dale McDyer, Ronald Pearce, Jerry Reich, Donald Nelson, Leon Scott, 
Robert Stusrud, William Sheppley, Keith Miller, George Trull 

Dolphin Fraternity is composed of men desiring fellowship in participating, studying and promoting an 
all-around swimming program at the University of Illinois and throughout the high schools of the state. 



DOLPHIN FRATERNITY 



GAMMA ALPHA CHI 

Gamma Alpha Chi, a national advertising fraternity, is dedicated through "Truth and Service" to prac- 
tical education of women in advertising. 



Top row : Mary Darst, Susan Lee, Nancy LeConte, Carol Cox, Sandra Thomas, Virginia Davis, Susan Teegarden, Dora Lee 
Second row: Delores Young, Shirley Moore, Sandra Halliday, president; Shirley Sanders, secretary; Sandra Baker, treasurer; Paula Basner 
Bottom row: Jo Hostettler, Susan Gliessman, Karin Williams, Winifred Ericksen, Sharon Reeves 

Not in panel: Dr. James Mullen, adviser; Nancy Anderson, rice president; Dorothy Carter, Patricia McCartney, Alice Patterson, Judith Belt, Patricia 
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Top row : Carlton Dewolff, Marvin Bamburg, Joan Englis, William Meyer, John Vukovitz, Ralph Duddles, Philip Gardner, Richard Schwarz, 

Duncan Wiedemann, Robert Moell, Alfred Lange, Arnold Schwartz, Dar Soedarman, Fred Miles 
Second row: Raymond DiPasquale, Robert Hsiung, secretary; Richard Zeiner, treasurer; William Acheson, president; David Rogers, vice president; 

Prof. Edmund Toth, adviser; Prof, Robert Link, adviser 
Bottom, row: Scott Seaton, James Hall, Paul Helmle, Robert Pechnick, Philip Locashio, Donald Courteau, Thomas Green, Edward Cohan, Hans 

Thun 

Gargoyle Society invites into membership upper class students in architecture who possess a high scho- 
lastic standing, a reputable character, and professional promise. The aim of the Society is to advance 
architectural interests and to promote good fellowship. 



GARGOYLE SOCIETY 



MU PHI EPSILON 

Mu Phi Epsilon is a national professional sorority which seeks the advancement of music in America, the 
promotion of high standards of musicianship and scholarship, and the development of a true sisterhood. 
Election to membership is based upon scholarship, musicianship, character, and personality. 



Top row : Alice Mahler, Joan McLetchie, Carol Koehn, Nancy Hutchison, Marianne Ivey 

Bottom row: Deanna Africk, Nancy Williams, vice president; Barbara Kilburn, treasurer; Faith Roubik, secretary; Sherry Rossiter, Donna Tredrea 

Not in panel: Barbara English, president; Geraldine Guren, Linda Hawkins, Claretta Metzger, Edith Peschang, Ann Wideroe 




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Top row: Walter Draper, Clara Behringer, Joseph Scott 

Bottom row : Barbara Burman, vice president; Anne Boys, president; Genevieve Richardson, Lee Feldman, secretary-treasurer 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PLAYERS 

National Collegiate Players is a national honorary dramatic fraternity. It helps to raise the standards of 
college theatres by recognizing the most worthy efforts in the creative arts of the theatre. This chapter, 
established in 1922, is the Alpha Chapter of fifty-two active organizations. 



PERSHING RIFLES, COMPANY 'C, THIRD REGIMENT 

Company C-3 of the Pershing Rifles National Military Honorary Society is one of 130 companies through- 
out the United States dedicated to recognition of the highest ideals of the military profession. 

Top row: William Tolling, John Boyer, Larry Bretzlaff, James Edwards, Harry Frank, David Wuesteman, Richard Furner, Neil Johnson, Robert 

Bossert, Ronald Helms, John Geisinger 
Third row: William Landsea, Roger Banning. John Frank, Lloyd Lehn, Philip Florig, Richard Lunde, Frederick Weltering, Raymond Brinker, 

Jerry Smith, Louis Jones, Curtis Rundell, Paul Hainann 
Second row: Russell Duttweiler, Eugene Snyders, First Lt. Richard Velde, adviser; Lt. Colonel Dan McClelland, adviser; Miss Diana Flynn, 

ximnsor; Capt. Robert Wood, commanding officer; Lt. Glen Miller, adviser; M/Sgt. William Duncan, adviser; John Leidenheimer, Clifford 

Banner 
Bottom row: Fred Soady, Jr., Lyman Wilmot, Frank Wydra, John Briggs, Douglas Stutz, Larry Heck, Edgar Madsen, Walter Heimerdinger, Philip 

Kellogg 
Not in /until: Alfred Combs, John Dorsey. Jimmie Furno, Frank September, William Bradley 



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Top roif; Leland Wells, Dale Flach, August Rymut, Gerald Knoll, Jeremiah Mollnhauer, James Hoffner, Joseph Kennell, David Stanger, Clifford 

Foster, John Edwards 
Second row: Ronald Aron, Capt. Adam Gette, USAF Adviser; Lt. D. E. Baarstad, USN Adviser; Douglas Golden, adjutant; Albert Simon III, 

treasurer; Ray Allison, executive officer; David Vose, commander ; Alan Dean, public information officer; Howard Dovre, Keith Poole 
Bottom row : Boyce McWard, Bruce Jewell, Naman Carter, Howard Walker, Edward Parrish, Philip Giambri, Richard Jamison, Hal Renshaw, 

Charles Havens 
Inset: Anne Alloway, sponsor 
Not in panel : Capt. William Brown, USA Adviser 

Phalanx, a military fraternity for advanced corps cadets in the Army, Navy, and Air Force ROTC 
program, provides honor platoons, honor guards, and saber arches for the university. 



PHALANX 



PHI CHI ETA 

Phi Chi Eta, Quartermaster Military Fraternity, provides fellowship among Quartermaster Advanced 
Corps Cadets. It was founded at the University of Illinois in 1947. 



Top row: Robert Gordon, Charles Philblad. James Shotliff, Virgil Reed, Roger Kensil, David Boling, Walter Herbst. 
Second row : Roger Sterling, Kent Kelling, Ronald Lamson, Clifford Foster, Barry Greenburg, Roger Jeffers, Bruce Jewell 

Bottom, row: Keith Quackenbush, Ritchie Barnett, secretary; Robert O'Connell, vice president; John Conlee, adviser; Vito Iovino, president; Paul 
Prehn, treasurer; John Ruth, Duane Kessler 




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Officers — Top row : Norman Earp 
treasurer ; Richard Provines, 
Thew, program chairman 

Bottom row : James Gladish, public relations 
president; Alan Flynn, vice president 



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trainer; Thomas 



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Pre-meds listen and learn 



OMEGA BETA PI 

Omega Beta Pi is a national honorary pre-medical fraternity whose purpose is to promote a better under- 
standing among pre-medical students of the problems, aims, and high standards of their future profession. 
With this objective in mind, the organization endeavors to present its members relevant programs includ- 
ing movies and lectures by prominent medical men. 

In addition to the high scholastic requirement for membership, Omega Beta Pi seeks to stimulate and 
encourage the attainment of superior grades by presenting at the annual banquet each spring a twenty- 
five dollar award to the Sophomore pre-med who has achieved recognition for outstanding work in the 
physical sciences. As a further service to pre-medical students, Omega Beta Pi sponsors tours of publicly 
and privately supported medical schools and other institutions. 



Top row : August Rymut, Emanuel Rashet, John Dillingham, Merrill Greenberger, Sharon Spaulding, Richard Mack, Daniel Stinson, Roger Hend- 
ricks, Jerry Spenney 
Second row : Joseph Daw, Alan Flynn, Millard Kimery, Norman Earp, James Gladish, Thomas Thew 
Bottom row : Burdett Dunbar, Horst Konrad, Richard Provines, Carl Gak, George Webb 



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Phi Eta Sigma, the freshman men's scholastic 
honor society, was founded in 1923 to encour- 
age and reward high scholarship attainment 
among college men. Alpha Chapter at the Uni- 
versity of Illinois was admitted in 1937 to mem- 
bership in the association of College Honor 
Societies. 

Any Illinois freshman who attains a grade 
average of 4.5 or higher, either during his first 
semester or his first complete school year, may 
become a member of Phi Eta Sigma. 

Most of the work of Phi Eta Sigma is con- 
cerned with promoting scholarship. The chap- 
ter sponsors a booth at the annual Freshman 
Week Activity Night, honors those freshmen 
whose eight weeks grades average 4.0 or above 
with a smoker, and holds an exchange with 
Alpha Lambda Delta, the freshman women's 
honorary. 




Officers — Top row: Walter Justice, historian; Robert Backoff, 

treasurer ; Dean Bodnar, secretary 
Bottom row: Reginald Bean, vice president; David Roseman, 

president 



PHI ETA SIGMA 



Top row: Arnold Galloway, Paul Bowman, Eric Koch, Dan Dannerfelot, Charles Reinhardt, George Whitney, Robert Madix, John Jails, Robert 
Bell, Loren Sanders 

Third row: Larry Zimmerman, Richard Snodgrass, Manfred Pagel, William Bradley, Jon Brodd, Robert Guziec, Ronald Avery, Paul Malven, David 
Rrown 

Second row : John Pennington, David Penniman, Robert Backoff, David Roseman, Reginald Bean, Dean Bodnar, Walter Justice, Roger Harrison, 
Stephen L'icas 

Bottom row : Richard Vatthauer, Harold Abramowski, William Field, Gene Potter, Thomas Anderson, Vernon Mueller, David Yates 

Not in panel • Hubert Alpert, Sayre Andersen, James Armstrong, Richard Balsam, Robert Banash, Arlo Bane, Lowell Batson, Louis Beardslee, 
Joseph Becherman, Don Bienfang, LeRoy Bimstein, Jr., Roger Blind, Irwin Bliss, Richard Branson, Ronald Brown, Warren Brunton, John 
Clancy, John Clark, John Clem, Maarten Dake, James Degenford, James DeHass, Burdett Dunbar, Harry Dyner, Grant Eddy, Norman Ehlers, 
Ronald Engel, Richard Fairgrieves, Ronald Feingold, Glen Ferguson, Kenneth Fordham, Carl Gak, Franklin Garrison, Jr., Caeser Ghilarducci, 
Edward Gieszelmann, Michael Goldman, Stuart Goodman, Edward Gray, Anthony Guepin, Glen Gullakson, Byron Harman, William Harrison, 
David Harshbarger, William Hartley, Michael Haynes, Charles Heathman, Leo Heinikoff, Jon Hinrichs, Michael Hoit, Donald Huffaker, Alan 
Imielinski, Leon Keller, David Klingel, James Koertge, Horst Konrad, Charles Koptis, James Kunkel, William Kunz, Robert Lansford, Douglas 
I app. Larrv Leiken, Frank Leingang, Keith McCloskey, Keith Lentner, Frank Lichtenstein, David Lipson, Richard Mack, Louis Marchini, Arthur 
Mattson, Glcndon Meyer, Orville Miller, John Mills, Charles Morehead, David Morowitz. Alan Morris, Mati Nomm, James Osborn, Judson Parker, 
George Pease, Leaton Perkinson. Robert Pokorny, Gene Reck, Thomas Reeder, James Rehiak, Stanley Russel, Jr., Mark Saberman, Ronald Sade- 
'■ater. Walter Sanders, Robert Schaefer, Roger Schmitz, Richard Schwartz, Harvey Shepard, Norman Smith, James Stephens, Robert Stievater, 
Ronald Stone. Marshall Thompson, Robert Thornberry, James Trefil, Bruce Velde, John Welch, John White, Daniel Wilde, Carl Wilk, Jerry 
Williams. Roger Williams, Gerald Winkler, Edwin Wollerman, Homer Wright, Tai Te Wu, Dennis Zeitlin 




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Top row: Joseph Bannon, Mervyn Haycock, Clifford Foster, Paul Kimrey, James Bottrell, Dr. Ralph Johnson, Dr. Chester Jackson, James Bower, 

Stephen Molaro, John Knutson, Sidney Sward, Jeffrey Austin 
Second row: James Skinner, secretary; Edward Gombos, treasurer; Donald Stanek, president; Dr. Seward Staley, Albert Campbell, vice president; 

Roger Steingraber, Punya Somboonsilp 
Bottom row: Michael Karon, Roger Soule, Frank Hailand, Donald Van Rossen, adviser; Thomas Breen, Carl Sexton, Robert B]ynon 

Phi Epsilon Kappa, the only national honorary professional fraternity for men majors in health, physical 
education, and recreation, strives to elevate the standards, ideals, and ethics of its members. 



PHI EPSILON KAPPA 



TAU BETA PI 

Juniors and seniors in all branches of enginering who meet the required standards of scholarship, leader- 
ship, and character are eligible for membership in Tau Beta Pi, an engineering honor society. 

Top row: Gaylord Rogeness, Dennis Horn, James Hanley, Richard Ahrenkiel, Ronald Carver, Toliver Downing, Jack Tinkler, Gene Wojciechowski, 

Alfred Uhalt, Kenneth Issel, Robert Williams, Gerald McGinnis, Richard Kash, Francis Spokas, Thomas Brumleve, Jack Baird, John Wilson, 

Tai Wu, Wayne Springer 
Third row: William McCartney, Richard Bermes, Edward Cohon, Donald Pierre, John Harris, Charles Zartman, Harland Cashman, James Urentas, 

William Albright, James Martin, Robert Ryan, Franklin Maesky, Maurice Suhre, Bruce Elliott, Robert Strain, Joseph Gartner, James Young, 

John Barton, Robert Hull, David Johnson, Fred Wymer, Belle Shenoi, Raymond Adams 
Second row: Michael Spafford, Carl Hinrichs, Eilery Paine, Reinhold Larson, William Hull, Julian Fellows, William Hall, adviser; Kermit Heid, 

corresponding secretary ; Carl Carlston, president ; Michael Levine, vice president ; Robert Loos, recording secretary ; Walter Roll, treasurer; 

Jerry Lundry. Wendell Miller, adviser; Mac Van Valkenburg, Myron Armstrong 
Bottom row: William Nowak, Kaye Johnson, James Horak, James Svoboda, Robert Wozniak, Leland Schlabach, Jack Puariea, Musa Kamal, Robert 

Hogue, William Mallory, Steve Wutzke, Earl Muir, Edward Walsh, Lawrence Zuppan 



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Top row: Flojean King, Kay Asay, Jeanne Hafstrom, Irene Harrington 

Sixth row: Eleanor Masters, Jean Robinson, Jean Kornegger, Joanne Miller, Angie Putt 

Fifth row: Alma Riley, Dorothy Brunkow, Phyllis Floyd, Susan Kahl, Peggy Honn, Marian Stuenkel 

Fourth row: Elaine Chang, Helen Miller, Elaine Danley, Patricia Damron, Sylvia Wineland, Nancy Swain 

Third row: Elizabeth Austin, Carolyn Moody, Judith Samuelson, Shirley Hunter, Nina Sanders, Marjorie Hoerdt 

Second row: Jean Fan, Mario Lange, Ann Laane, Patricia Schnulle, Joann Gish, Barbara Forgy 

Bottom row : Charyl Harrington, Eleanore Janssen, Patricia Nieol, Pamela Shepherd, Shirley McKee, Janet Turney 

Not in panel : Janet Sheaffer 

Phi Upsilon Omicron is a professional home economics fraternity which was founded at the University 
of Minnesota in 1909. The Pi Chapter at the University of Illinois was installed in 1926. The organiza- 
tion encourages scholarship, professional attitudes, leadership, and service in home economics. 



PHI UPSILON OMICRON 



PI TAU SIGMA 

Pi Tau Sigma was founded in 1915 at the University of Illinois to foster the high ideals of the engineer- 
ing profession and to stimulate interest in coordinate departmental activities. 



Top row: Theodore Miller, Robert Williams, secretary; William Sharp, William Blase, Dennis Krenz, Gerald McGinnis, Joseph Gartner, Prof. James 

Bayne, adviser 
Second row: Wayne Springer, president; Ronald Placek, Earl Muir, Harry Dombroski, Glen Eng, Raymond Adams, vice president; Tai Wu, James 

Svoboda 
Bottom row: Edward Koertge, Philip Bennett, Steve Wutzke, Ronald Law-will, Milton Field 
Not in panel: John Barton, Albert Cho, treasurer; John Clarren, Neil Felmus, Lynn Fisher, Jonas Garbatschewski, Walter Moore, Jaime Morales, 

Edward O'Donnell, James Suhre, Philip Voorhees, John Wilson 




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Officers — Left to right: Joan Hoffman, secretary; 
Dohme, president; Carol Brandt, vice president; 
Bernstein, treasurer 



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Carol Brandt awards Shi-Ai skit winners. 



SHI-AI 



Shi-Ai, the sophomore activity honorary for sorority women, works to promote and strengthen friend- 
ship among the sororities and to encourage interest in campus activities. The group holds exchanges with 
Alpha Chron, Star and Scroll, and Skull and Crescent. 

Established jointly in 1920 by Illinois and Northwestern, Shi-Ai holds bi-monthly dinner meetings and 
participates in many service projects. This honorary sponsors Shi-Ai Sing during Mothers' Day weekend 
and provides four one hundred dollar scholarships for needy sophomore girls with the proceeds. 

Every spring, each sorority chooses two freshman girls outstanding in leadership, activities, and schol- 
arship to represent them in Shi-Ai. 



Top row: Carol Olin, Ann Ferry, Virginia Riser, Carole Williams, Connie Brand, Sarah Wrobke, Betty Millan, Mary Love, Suzanne Peters, Carol 
Hay, Katherine Hirt, Joan Greenberg, Katherine Miller, Carol Sagett 

Second row: Joan Anderson, Marcia Kittilsen, Carol Leonard, Margaret Molitor, Frances Fishel, Karolyne Worcester, Nelda Stacel, Barbara John- 
son, Pat Bell, Judith Randell. Sue Greenberg 

Bottom row: Mae Mirto, Ardith Lamps, Julia Jenkins, Cerna Weiner, Judy Ent, Susan Pollack, Diane Pettingell, Suzanne Haines, Carolyn Stucker, 
Maxine Poslosky, Susan Lipp, Lorna Klorfine 

Not in panel : Barbara Cash, Nancy Wilson, Margaret Kriege, Patricia Tiedje, Delia Wargo, Diana Kramp, Mary Dommers, Gwendolyne Morrow, 
Pat Rutter, Nancy Funkhouser, Joan Gutowsky, Patricia Dunn, Sonia Hershberg, Laverne Young 



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Officers — Top row : Lawrence Zuppan, Jr., secretary ; James 
Kries, historian; Alfred Uhalt, Jr., treasurer; Kenneth 
Heyda, pyramid correspondent 

Bottom row: Wayne Springer, president; Prof. Robert Bohl, 
adviser; Lyje King, vice president 



SIGMA TAU 

Sigma Tau, engineering honorary, was founded in 1904 at the University of Nebraska with the desire to 
be of service to engineering education. The objectives of the fraternity are the recognition of personal 
attainments of engineering students, promotion of the interests of the engineering college, and encourage- 
ment of fellowship among students training for the engineering profession. 

Membership is made up of junior and senior engineering students who meet the required standards of 
scholarship, leadership, and character. In recognition of outstanding work while an undergraduate, Sigma 
Tau offers a fellowship which can be used to finance post-graduate study at a recognized university. 

The Illinois chapter of Sigma Tau was established in 1914, and since its founding has offered an 
opportunity for the development of professional contacts and friendships. 



Top row : James Martin, Lewis Svach, Lynn Fisher, James Martin, William Sharp, Orin Pearman, Lyle King, Robert Cook 

Third row : Bruce Elliott, Neil Felmus, Norman Roden, Dennis Krenz, James Bobis, Ronald Lee, Chao Suan, William Nowak 

Second row : William Schaecher, Richard Capek, Arwin Lindquist, Larry Stickler, Alfred Uhalt, Jr., Lawrence Zuppan, Jr., Lyle Grider, Carl 

Wang 
Bottom row : David Ahner, Natale Scarpell, Edward Walsh, Michael Spafford, Kira Krock, Jack Winnick, William Myong, Kenneth Cohen, Wayne 

Springer 




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Officer.*: Roy Fonda, treasurer; Paul Paben, president; Don 
Hess, vice president ; Conrad Lantz, secretary 




Heroes all! 



SKULL AND CRESCENT 

Skull and Crescent, which chooses its members from the twenty-five oldest fraternities on campus, is 
a national fraternity honoring sophomore men who have gained high achievement in scholarship and 
activities. Its primary objectives are the promotion of interfraternity fellowship and the encourage- 
ment of freshmen to perform well in scholarship aand activities. 

Each year the new initiates earn Skull and Crescent pins, which are passed down from previous 
members. In return, the alumni are awarded a paddle for a keepsake. 

Among the annual activities of this sophomore men's honorary, are a pajama race in the Armory, 
a pledge banquet, a contest with Tomahawk, numerous record dances, an exchange with Shi-Ai, and 
a formal dinner dance at the Urbana-Lincoln Hotel which is highlighted by the coronation of a queen. 



Top row: Larry Kinsella, Theodore Allison, Allen Dougherty, John Valentine, Benneye Burkett, John Pasnau, Louis Landt, David Brown, David 

Roseman, Gordon Kaplan, Elden Volling, Edwin Franklin, Lewis Dotson. John Ransdell 
Second row: Roger Jones, Ronald Ellerbeck, Conrad Lantz, Roy Fonda, Paul Paben, Daniel Seller, James Gustafson, Rirhard Archbold 
Bottom row: George Podlin, Jon Kibler, Jerry Riva, Robert Almquist, David Leyden, Henry Xoble, David Thomas, Frank McOmber 



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Officers — Top row : Allen Gerstein, vice president ; Jack Conant, 

sergeant-at-arms ; Roger Tinney, treasurer 
Bottom row: William Cook, president; Roger Bossingham, 

secretary 



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STAR AND SCROLL 

Star and Scroll is an honorary composed of two sophomore men from each of the twenty member fra- 
ternities. It was founded at the University of Illinois for the purpose of promoting interfraternity fellow- 
ship, raising freshman scholastic standards, encouraging freshmen in activities, and perpetuating the tra- 
ditions of the university. 

Members are selected every year on the basis of their scholastic standing and potential success as 
campus leaders in extra-curricular activities. 

The coronation of a queen at the annual Star and Scroll formal dance is one of the highlights of the 
year's activities. Star and Scroll also participates in the High School Circus and in a Union Coffee hour 
with Shi-Ai. 



Top row: Merrill Dierker. Harold Blue, Larry Leiken, Donald Doherty, Robert Tripp, James Hettick, Samuel Skinner, Glen Cuerden, Robert Wilson 
Third row: Richard Tater, Jerry Stelle, William Schaulin, Seymour Van Deursen, Richard Smith, William Burke, George Tomek, Leslie Miller, Robert 

Troutt, John Weisenberger 
Second row: Seymour Taxman, Michael Green, Roger Tinney, Allen Gerstein, William Cook, John Bosingham, John Conant, John Mount, Paul 

Pevsner 
Bottom row : David Brown, Richard Buesinger, John Rithmiller, James Bowers, Edwin Hamilton, Alan Sandler, Samuel DeNosaquo, Richard Lazar 




Fourth row : Carl Schlageter, George Grubb, Robert Guy, James Aikman, Charles Price, George Leech, Richard McCrary 

Third row : Phillip Gould, Jerry Hogan, Howard Cochran, James Sharp, Thomas Walker, Richard Snyder, John Hultberg, Kent Kelling 

Second row: Keith Quackenbush, captain; Captain James Davy, adviser; Glenn Musgrave, honorary member; Lieutenant Richard Edris, adviser; 

William Gabbard, second lieutenant; Marvin Myers, first sergeant 
Bottom row: Edward Bailey, Robert Ed, Donald Alexander, Roger Nichols, Carl Baumann, Richard Lindeman 

Not in panel : James Toth, Captain Robert Chamberlain, Ronald Ahrens, Larry Arndt, Gus Sthas, Lowry Bayley, Charles Bednar, James Carr, John 
Dibble, John Donohue, James Eggerichs, Norman Fombelle, Stanley Fritz, Robert Furry, Ronald Hamelberg, David Heindel, Jerry Hogan, John 
Huck, Lowell Johnson, Joseph Legru, Aldrich Lipka, Ronald McConkey, Robert Merrill, Thomas Moore, Merle Mulvaney, Allan Pickus, Frank 
Robinson, John Salomon, Paul Smith, Phillip Smith, Stewart Trimble, John Brinker, Edward DeLong, William Forsythe, Jimmie Furno, Thomas 
Gabbard, Larry Garrison, Ken Gunji, Pete Hudd. William Huffman, Everett Kimmel, Donald Long, Paul Prehn, Ronald Shipka, Joseph Watson, 
Michael Negley, Leonard Arentsen, Norman Smith, George Edgell, Stephen Safly, Lon Rademacher, Edward Cleveland, Loren Sanders 

Scabbard and Blade is a national honorary military society composed of advanced corps cadets from 
Army, Navy, and Air Force with the intention of fostering closer military relationships between cadets 
and midshipmen. Scabbard and Blade provides a sabre arch for university functions. 



SCABBARD AND BLADE 



SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 

Sigma Alpha Iota is a national professional fraternity for women in the field of music, which furthers the 
highest standards of musical performance and appreciation among women in music. 

Third row : Paula Silverman, Marjorie Robertson, Barbara Littell, Julia Cash, Mary Lilja, Dorothy Arndt, Emily Chval, Judy Riemenschneider, 

Colette Holman 
Second row : Zoe King, Marjorie Nelson, Elaine Coady, Margaret Kelly, Shirley Meyer, Judith Frees, Mary Lutz, Nada Rowand 
Bottom row: Carol Adams, Sandra Eppard, Joyce Hildenbrand, president; Mary Dueland, vice president; Mary Ann Rockstad, secretary; Marilyn 

Sherman, Nancy Hanks, treasurer; Jean Zinser, Judith MacCorquodale, Jenny Wertheim 
Not in panel : Roberta Ahrens, Patricia Bell, Mary Biddle, Phyllis Bleck, Elynor Haller, Marjorie Howard, Nathalie Irwin, Marlene Litwiller, 

Sonja Oyan, Lois Rucker, Marjorie Stucke, Marilyn Waters 




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Top row: George Willhite, Morton Engelberg, Robert O'Bourke, Ralph Reno, Bruce Johnson, Hans Massaquoi, Richard Atwood, David Frazer, 

James Rutledge 
Second row: Richard Hildwein, adviser; James Hubbard, Dennis Brennan, Ricliard Smith, James Murphy, Jack Colwell, vice president; Pete 

Weitzel, Carl Sotir 
Bottom row: David Lange, Kenneth Brown, secretary; Wayne Painter, Victor Rodriguez, Merwin Sigale, Michael Whalen 
Not in panel: Neal Ball, president; Patrick Conlon, treasurer; John Nelson 

Sigma Delta Chi is a national journalism fraternity promoting the principles of talent, truth, and energy. 
Campus activities of the Illinois chapter include publication of "Tumor" and the Gridiron banquet. 



SIGMA DELTA CHI 



SOCIETY OF ILLUSTRATORS 

The Society of Illustrators promotes the ideals and interests of art and artists with emphasis placed on fine 
art as well as commercial art. The members have the opportunity to discuss their views with visiting 
artists and faculty members on an informal basis. 



Top row : Nicholas Britsky, Sandra Gierke, Sharon Reeves, Sara Balbach, Wayne Timm. Ronald Kolish, Roy Rauschenberg 

Second row: James Tansley, vice president; Jean Krause, Paula Basner, Edgar Gilbert, president; Dorothy Carter, Harry Gates, Rosetta Solomon 

Bottom row: Louise Schultz, Dolores Lamport, Katherine Kendeigh. Elaine Benling 

Not in panel: Lawrence Loew, Susan Gliessman, secretary; David Lierman, treasurer 




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Officers — Top row: Barbara Walker, synchronized swimming 
chairman; Barbara Mitacek, guppies chairman; Kaaren 
Hiscox, historian; Dourelle Kweder, president; Janet 
Lindner, vice president; Peggy Ingalls, secretary; Patricia 
Dunn, treasurer; Miss Beverly Wilson, adviser; Miss 
Joan Sanders, adviser 




The water's fine! 



TERRAPIN 

Terrapin is an honorary swimming club whose chief objective is the promotion of interest and pro- 
ficiency in aquatics. 

All women students are eligible for membership in Terrapin. New members are selected by tryouts 
on the basis of their swimming skill. 

The annual events which highlight the year are the Inter-House Swimming Meet, the High School 
Clinic, and the Mother's Day Water Show. The High School Clinic aids various high schools in Illinois 
to start or improve their swimming programs. In the Inter-House Swimming Meet there are three events; 
a marathon swim, speed swim, and form swim. 

Terrapin also offers an educational service fund which awards cash prizes to graduate women for proj- 
ects relating to the interests of the Terrapin Club. 



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Top row: Beverly Wilson, Joan Sanders, Dixie Chandler, Betty Wenz, Lynn Skeen, Carmen Dominguez, Norma Christiansen, Merle Anderson, 

Frances Stewart, Sheila Lindsay, Barbara Pullman, Barbara Miller, Karen Kent, Nancy Swikle, Patricia O'Day 
Third row: Aliceanne Hoff, Nancy Dixon, Donna Harry, Joanne Hahn, Diane Leherissey, Judie Paris, Katherine O'Brien. Lucia Andrle, Lois 

Waters, Sally Lehman, Camilla Larsen, Mary Dell Carter, Marilyn Nauney, Diane Wehrmeister, Coralee Dennis, Nancy Veach, Ann Lindemann 
Second row: Susan Rypstat, Maribeth Hamp, Deborah Cummings, Marilyn Schaus, Patricia Sheahen, Sally Langhaar, Anne Sognefest, Loretta 

Piazza, Judy Kahle, Sharon Conant, Anne Mathis, Janet Klecka, Marion Klajnik, Mary Hennessy, Kathryn Lawrence 
Bottom row: Kaaren Hiscox, Janet Lindner, Barbara Walker, Eleanor Shook, Patricia Dunn, Peggy Ingalls, Barbara Mitacek, Barbara Johnson, 

Judy Hancock 
Not in panel: Carole Kutz, Idelle Leitner, Dourelle Kweder 




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Left to right : John Clem, Kenneth Qualheim, Vernon Miller, 
Judson Parker, Rov Dinschel 



TOMAHAWK 

Tomahawk is a national sophomore honorary activities society which gives recognition to independent 
freshman students for their outstanding work in campus activities. Tomahawk also serves to inspire its 
members to even greater heights of service and achievement during their remaining school years. 
Through its activities, Tomahawk developes greater bonds of friendship among independent men. 

Tomahawk chooses its members from church groups, band groups, athletics, and many other campus 
organizations. In addition to acting as a service organization to the university, it also provides for a 
scholarship, chapter exchanges and unlimited fellowship among the members. 



Members: Conrad Arnolts, Ralph Real, Theodore Reastall, William Bennett, William Beyers, Alfred Blatter, Roger Blind, Daniel Bures, Daniel 
Buyer, William Camp, John Carlson, John Clem, Arthur Daniel, Roy Dinschel, George Dixon, Jack Donahue, John Donahue, Robert Fahlbeck, 
Michael Filerman. John Goodrich, Robert Hartley, Donald Hobbs, John Hocking, Henry Katz, Horst Konrad, Robert Lansford, James Loblaw, 
Stephen Lucas, Donald Mahaffy, Richard Mayeur, Joseph Miller, Vernon Miller, Jr., Fredrick Mueller, Bruce Overson, Judson Parker, John 
Pound, Kenneth Qualheim, Gerald Silverman, Fred Soady, Jr., Dennison Staub, Stephen Thomas, Alvin Tolle, Bruce Velde, Philip Weilber, 
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Top row: Miss Ida Levinson, Margaret Kelly, Beverly Erlandson, Sue Bandy, Mrs. Jane Archer, Hester Foster, Marne McGrath, Myrna Mackey 
Second row: Janet Korngiebel, Margaret Heino, Barbara Seyler, vice president; Miss Frances Johnson, adviser; Barbara Williams, president; 

Terryl Lash, Petina Allen, Mary Lou Bush, Gloria Albert 
Bottom row: Nancy Taylor, Ida Boughner, Diana Kramp, Bethanyanne Pinnell, Mary Jo Emig, Elaine Stein, Patricia Freehill, Sharron Murray, 

Renee Mell 
Not in panel: Jo Ann Williamson, treasurer; Adlon Dohme, Nancy Hurt, Anne Alloway, secretary; Carol Walker, Miriam Lamar, Laurel Baier, 

Jean Draegert 

Zeta Phi Eta, national professional speech arts fraternity for women, strives to build a philosophy for 
women in the speech profession, to aid speech students after graduation, and to encourage speech 
enterprises. Among its projects are International Fair and a fellowship for a graduate speech student. 



ZETA PHI ETA 



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Dolphin queen and court : Joanne Rotter, Nancy Nirdlinger, Gretchen Misher, Sue 
Keagle, Joanne Lutz, Dianne Oros, Constance Leber, Marcia Rosen, Patricia 
Boughton, Sheila Robinson, Dolphin queen 




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1957 

These students are especially honored for sustained excellence 
in scholarship during their junior and senior years. 



David Allfree 

David Dale Alvey 

James Gabel Archer 

Carolyn Alice Backus 

Frank William Bauling 

Paul Bernstein 

Thomas Rosche Bertolino 

Raymond Frederick Beuligmann 

Joan Patton Bicknell 

William Edmund Bicknell 

Ronald E. Bloomquist 

Alan George Bodine 

Gary Denean Bone 

Paula Bresee 

Fred David Breuer 

David Emory Carlson 

Ina Dale Cepenas 

Janice Ovelman Christiansen 

John Henry Clark 

Judith Catherine Cleary 

Robert Harry Crispin 

James Richard Davis 

Kenneth Wolcott Derby 



Nancy Anne Dowling 
Henrique Drews-Arango 
Donald Rae Dudas 
Dennis Gene Eksten 
Steven Joseph Fenves 
Robert Raymond Ford 
Mary Louise Frederick 
Iris Lillian Garland 
Rochelle Suzette Goldberger 
Paul Edward Goldstein 
Roger Anthony Gorski 
William Graziano 
James Milton Hackett 
Clarence Wilbur Hauschild 
Lois Harriet Hexdall 
Norma Jean Hilderbrand 
James Rogers Hill 
John Alan Hobbs 
Philip Lee Hodge 
Sandra Kay Hoffman 
Dennis Dean Horn 
Joan Mary Hradek 
George David Irwin 



Robert Frank Janninck 
Maria Kelly 
Jerry Lee Kermicle 
Ronald Stuart Koehler 
Jerry Wilbert Kolb 
Lois Marie Lackner 
Joseph John Lang 
Lawrence Tilford Larson 
Serena Stewart Leber 
Donald Levy 

Glenda Lee Lichtenberger 
Herbert Diehl Marbach 
Fred Owen Martikan 
Robert Thomas McCall 
George Clarence Mead 
John Francis Mester 
Sung Moon 

Thomas Edwin Mueller 
Betty Lou Mungai 
Jens Erik Nielsen, Jr. 
William Anders Nilsson 
Donald Vernon Paschke 
George Algis Paulikas 



Sheldon Mark Pekin 
Susan Spahn Petreshene 
Alice Louise Potts 
George Richard Powers 
Frank Gordon Reeder 
Robert William Resek 
Jackie Ray Rexroad 
Thomas Dale Robertson 
Ralph Leslie Robinson 
David Larry Sachs 
James Edwin Schlosser 
Shirley Ann Seiler 
George Robert Stevens 
Theresa Jean Stine 
John Burnier Tingleff 
Audrey Elizabeth Veazie 
Benjamin Vinar 
Ronald Aloysius Wade 
Robert Eugene Wall 
Roger Kay Wegehenkel 
Edgar Whitehead III 
James Ralph Young 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



For the many students to whom the nucleus of college life is the membership in campus organizations, 
the University of Illinois has an impressive number of these organizations tailored to fit every taste. 
There are clubs which promote modern dance to the study of nuclear physics. 

Through work in an organization whose activities pertain to the student's chosen field the student is 
given the opportunity to relate and apply the theory learned in the classroom to the type of work in 
which he will be engaged in the future. He may meet and converse with prominent men in his chosen 
profession, participate in field trips, and keep himself informed of present trends and developments in his 
field. 

Important also is the fact that the student has the opportunity to develop his personality and char- 
acter through participation in the numerous social activities held by his organization. 



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Top row: Gerald Brown, Ronald Wallace, Richard Wold, David Klopfenstein, John Grace, John D'Asaro, John True, Robert Winnett, Donald Werner, 
Harvey Olken, Harvey Medvin 

Third row: Joseph dinger, Lawrence Grill, John Amberg, James Burk, Gerald Weinmann, George Tillmann, Daniel Rodgers, Robert Anderson, Ed- 
ward Lazinski, Donald Rieck, Thomas McGuire, Ronald Hamelberg 

Second row: John Chaput, Prof. Cecil Moyer, Prof. Kenneth Perry, adviser; William Wiessing, vice president; Barbara Johns, Elmer Beamer, Gene 
Egan, Joseph Miller 

Bottom row: James Johnston, Thomas McDonald, Arlan Willock, Donald Snyder, Fred Karberg, Rodney Fraher, Marshall Goldsen, John Henbest, 
John Greisman 

Not in panel: Robert Brunson, treasurer; Gordon Johns, president 

Accountancy Club, which is open to all students interested in accountancy, seeks to promote knowledge 
in the science of accounting. 



ACCOUNTANCY CLUB 



AGRICULTURAL COUNCIL 

The Agricultural Council governs and coordinates the student clubs and activities in the College of 
Agriculture. 



Top row: Raymond Carmichael, John Gesell, Robert Frank, John Sprague, Dale Ruckman, George Arensman 

Second row : Arlyn Rabideau, Dale Helms, James Hubbard, John Feddersen, Charles Seibold, Dr. Ambrose Burger, adviser 

Bottom row: Vernon Eidman, Byron Marlowe, treasurer; Carl Becker, president; Merle Mulvaney, vice president; Allen Wagner, secretary 




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Top row: Edward Corley, Clifford Beatty, Richard Bell, William Miller, Orval Kerchner, David Doetzel 

Fifth row : Martin Werries, Kenneth Riecks, Jack Suddeth, Max Langham, Alan Holz, Forest Storm, Fay Sims 

Fourth row : Gene Gudeman, Edward Comisky, Richard Geschwind, Joseph Stejskal, Ervin VonLanken, John Fechter, Robert Hood, Harold Tippett, 

Raymond Carmichael, Jeremiah Fruin 
Third row : John Rithmiller, Charles Burrus, William Thomas, William Craig, Frederick Hubner, James Myers, Roger Higgs, Leonard Higgs, Thomas 

Melton, James Melton 
Second row : Charles Chimento, Dorrence Brucker, Paul Huth, Gerald Gregory, Milton Hallberg, Franklin Boyer, Carl Clayton, Robert Wetherell, 

Harold Lawsell 
Bottom row: Lowell McNaught, Loren Maxey, Wayne Tomlinson, Bruce Wright, David Franz, Lee Stampe, David Vose, president; Edwin Hawkin- 

son, secretary-treasurer; VeTnon Eidman 

The Agricultural Economics Club promotes interest and understanding of current problems in the field 
of agricultural economics. A faculty-student chicken barbecue opens the group's fall activities. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS CLUB 



AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION CLUB 

This group aids and encourages students to strive for greater achievement in agricultural education. 



Top row: John Roth, David Myers, Arthur Buesking, Marvin Damron, Bobby Whittington, Morris Huck, Norman Virden, Charles Thompson, 

Donald Youngkin, Darrell Beazly, Leland Wells, Ronald Seibel, Delmar Schleder 
Third row: Thomas Van Horn, Kent Durbin, Thomas Sorrells, Clarence Benard, Eldon Sparrow, Lawrence Duewer, James Bugg, Eugene Traut- 

vetter, William Hull, Lawrence Gardner, John Bidner, Lee West 
Second roxo ■ Hurshel Craig, Carrol Bolen, Wayne Pillen, David Oakes, Hubert Walls, James Reed, Lyonel Ourth, John Feddersen, Darrell Miller, 

Peter Thomas, Richard Balestri, Kenneth Harms, Edward Scholz 
Bottom row: Vernon Brazle, Marvin McDonald, Stanley Riley, Bert Fringer, Edward Gillespie, George Arensman, president; Richard Langenfeld, 

secretary ; Marvin Moose, vice president ; Dale Ruckman, treasurer; Donald Miller, Joseph Hodges, Richard Licuigrieves, Bill Rich, Thomas Frey 
Not in panel: Prof. John Matthews, adviser; Dr. Lloyd Phipps, adviser 



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Top row: William Channell, David Selders, George Bryan, Walter Schramm, David Ahlberg, Donald 13. Smith, James Schiltz, Andrew Urban, 

Everett Thomas, William J. Jones, Jerry L. Williams, Michael Gordon 
Second row: James Loblaw, Gerald Unks, Michael Cavallo, Bruce Velde, Ken Gunji, president; James Wiltjer, secretary; Robert Coons, treasurer; 

John B. Clark, Robert Wagner, Warren Danzer, William Schwebke 
Bottom row : Richard Radel, Gary Hampsch, Richard Duesterhams, Marvin Lipofsky, Thaddeus Swiecki, Robert Nakamura, William Barry, Wayne 

Kido, Fred Hubbard, Lawrence Gahan 
Not in panel: Donald Tiedeman, vice president; Philip Tigan, Gerald Lewy, Russel Deliberto 

The purpose of Alpha Phi Omega is to assemble college men with scouting experience in the fellowship 
of the Scout Oath and Law, to develop friendship, and to promote service to humanity. 



ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



AMERICAN CERAMIC SOCIETY 

The student branch of the American Ceramic Society is organized as a professional and social function. 
It publishes a yearbook, sponsors an annual banquet, and organizes various student functions. 

Top row: Bill Tolliver, Robert Pell, Daniel Baker, Charles Delott. James Bearden, David White 

Third row : Elwin Johnson, Prof. Robert Beals, Prof. Arthur Friedberg, John Lane, Richard Norsworthy, John Trogolo, George Bowman, David 
Hanson, John Van Horn, David Carter, Paul Tyner, William Bratschun, Joseph Meindl, Charles Williams, Leone Murphy 

Second row: Prof. Fay Tooley, Mr. James Nelson, Glenn Ziegle, treasurer; Raymond Capek, secretary; Prof. Alfred Allen, Richard Herbst, presi- 
dent; Thomas Nielsen, vice president; Richard Sanner, John Krumwiede. Prof. Andrew Andrews, Prof. Ralph Cook 

Bottom row : David Kessel, William Staffeld, Ronald Bart, Raymond Reschetz, Charles Hall, Donald Romine, David Wirth, Jr., Robert Finkel, 
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Top row: Frederick Wells, Roger Heath, Stanley Weiss, William Bohn, Norman McCormick, Paul Anderson, Milton Gardiner 

Fourth row: Conway Davis, Paul Payne, Richard McGuire, Billy Ewing, John Becker, Robert Nikolai, Peter Christy 

Third row : John Lakatos, Gary Weiss, Donald Huffaker, Ronald Lubick, Meredith Saxer, Charles Davis, James Johnson, Harold Payne, Kanellopoy- 

los Panagiotis, Benjamin Drone 
Second row: Norman Reinbold, Joseph Wiswall, Richard Remmert, Richard Bolin, Donald Carlson, James Adducci, Edward O'Dunhell, Byron Stutz- 

man 
Bottom row: Arlen Dalhaus, secretary; John Schoeberle; Robert Kostal, treasurer; William Donohue, president; Alphonso Sanchez, David Salbego, 

James Leach 

The purpose of the American Foundryman's Society is to increase student interest in foundry and other 
fields of industry related to the engineering profession. 

AMERICAN FOUNDRYMAN'S SOCIETY 



AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 

The student chapter of the American Institute of Architects aims to provide the student architect with 
a basis for integration into the professional organization. 

Top row: Hiroshi Abe, Philip Gardner, Duncan Wiedemann, Irvin Schafer 

Fourth row: Krunoslav Ast, Donald Crotteau, Alexander Wade, Jackson Gin 

Third row : Donald Doney, James Babcock, Marvin Worley, James Follensbee, Forrest Wendt, Raymond Chocholek 

Second row : Robert McKenzie, Fred Fiala, Ezra Dweck, Albert Tubinas, Malcolm Smiley 

Bottom row: Michael Suzuki, Kira Krock, Harry Sturm, treasurer; Italo Milani, president; Betty Ritter, secretary; Richard Swibold, vice president 



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Top row: Dr. Max Peters, counselor; Bruce Becker, Edward Simonis, Joseph Doninger, George Koeher, James Vrentas, Raymond Kizior, James 

Mitchell, Warren Smith, Eldon Peterson 
Sixth row : Albert Moll, Richard Goetz, Norman Angelo, Michael Hauert, Richard Hengl, James Vitacek, James Morton, Ora Hausser, Robert 

Sehnell, Daniel Ng. John Pastorek 
Fifth row: Claude Smith, Robert Radtke, John Ramey, Charles Roche, Richard Degener, James Snyder, George F. Smith, Bruce Bydal, Evan Buck, 

Milan Zamco 
Fourth row : James Gieseke, John Mulgrew, Charles Beals, Fred Pocock, Dean Sheaffer, Roy L. Anderson, Robert Canfield, Duane Celarier, 

Roberto Lee, Kenneth Thornton 
Third, row: Frederick Thayer, Wilbur Gay, William Albright, Guillermo Bueso, Philip Gresho, Henry Snella, Chao Suan, James L. Skinner 
Second row: Bruce Beyaert, David Warren. Randolph Nichols, James R. Johnson, Lesley Lederer, Anthony Kardis, Brian Shiffman, Edward Kern 
Bottom row: Raymond Kulwiec; Jack Tinkler, treasurer; Edward Parrish; Gerald Shinville, president ; Musa Kama, secretary ; Charles Osberg, 

vice president; Richard Riccetti 

This group stimulates student interest in the professional and industrial growth of chemical engineering 
through industrial speakers. It sponsors a senior-faculty banquet and student get-togethers. 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS 



AMERICAN RECREATION SOCIETY 

The American Recreation Society, a national, professional organization, provides its members with the 
opportunity to become acquainted with the recreation program and experienced workers in the field. 



Top row: Suzanne Sklar, Patricia Cole, Karen Martin, Courtney Read, Laura Weckwerth, Mildred McManus, Marilyn Alexander, Constance Segur, 

Maryhelen Ryan 
Third row: John Hosinski, Carl Ruud, Ted Storey, Edward Heath, Joseph Pleckinger, Richard Montgomery, Daniel Leinbach, Charles Tapp, John 

Paschal 
Second row: Elizabeth Hunter: Barbara Willis, treasurer; Walter Johnson, president; Mary Frye ; Dr. Allen Sapora ; Corita Robertson; Dean 

Hallerud. vice president ; Alwilda Sellers, secretary 
Bottom roic : Kenneth Novander, Joseph Bannon, Audrey Gore, Barbara Malvin, Jean Sumrall, Mary Carter, Frank Lupton 




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Officers — Top row : David Kamm, Philip McClure, engineering 
council representatives ; Richard Foster, corresponding 
secretary to AIEE 

Bottom row: Robert Fusinati, secretary; Prof. Paul Schwarz- 
lose, IRE adviser; Donnie Snedeker, chairman; Dale 
Pearman, vice chairman; Alfred Nystrom, corresponding 
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AIEE-IRE 



The combined student branch of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of 
Radio Engineers is affiliated with the national organizations of the same name. Its purpose is to promote 
interest in the electrical engineering profession, and to further student-faculty relations outside of the 
classroom. 

Talks are given throughout the year by outstanding men in the engineering profession. This program 
is designed to give AIEE-IRE members an insight into the electrical engineering profession, showing what 
the electrical industry is doing today, and what it will be doing tomorrow. 

The AIEE-IRE sponsors the senior-faculty banquet, picnics, inspection trips, intramural sports, and 
participates in St. Pat's Ball and the Engineering Open House. 



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Top row: Glenn Jacobs, David Alexander, Clarke Neal, Robert Jurewicz, Albert Lemanski, Enrique Hernandez, Vilmars Beinikis, William Mavity, 

Thomas Rertrand, Mark Lieberman, Richard Huitema, Gilbert Johnson, James Harward 
Third row: Bruce Anderson. Michael Spafford, Melvin Krejci, Alfred Nystrom, Dale Walsh, Charles Womack, Frank Dalissandro, Luis Calderon, 

James Clemmons, Paul Wojnowiak 
Second row: Alvaro Lega, Frank Koide, James Bobis, Craig Allen, Robert Anderson, Joseph Semmer, William McLenahan, Jerry Clark 
Bottom row : John Norris, John Maginot, Carl Wang, Donald Sanders, Robert Loos 



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Top row : Richard Dix, John Anderson, Edmund Mason, William Ferry, Wesley Brazas, Robert Woods, Philip Joy, Pramook Boonyaratavei, 

Lawrence Miloshewski, Ben Gatch, Richard Wallace, Robert Cook 
Fourth row : Edwin Buxton, Ralph Yunker, John Hostrup, Henry KoertgB, Robert Sarver, Harold Roffmann, Clifford Sagaser, James Allen, Phaisan 

Halilamien, Rafael Gownaler, John Moore, Phillip Johnson 
Third row : John Anderson, Shankar Gupta, Chhotubhai Patel, Kantilal Patel, Charlie Petzold, Ostap Shenkiryk, Barry Dempsey, Marshall Thompson, 

Patricia Hogeveen, Melford Dahl 
Second row : Pe Kyi, Erwin Meisenhelter, Richard Atkinson, Edward Cook, Harold Birkey, Robert Lockhart, Abdul Ahmadzai 
Bottom row: John Olds, George Griffin, Norbert Delacey, president; William Nordell, secretary; Don Kenney, vice president; Robert Malherek, 

treasurer 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS 

Student chapters of the American Society of Civil Engineers are established to help all civil engineering 
students to enrich their college courses by beginning those professional contacts and associations which, 
continued through life, are so valuable to the practicing engineer. 

Talks by professional engineers and discussions of engineering problems and projects, often illustrated 
by movies or slides, highlight the programs of the society's monthly meetings. 

A.S.C.E. is represented on the engineering council, and its members take an active part in the Engi- 
neering Open House. 

Social activities of the society include smokers, picnics, and participation in the annual St. Pat's Engi- 
neering Ball. 

Top row : Kenneth Stults, William Thornton, Edwin Henn, Louis Lanzerotti, James Moese, Alan Bobka, George Hansen 
Third row : Preston Kelley, Donald Pries, George Harrington, Frederick Juliano, Allan Anderson, Norman Roden, Edward Rapinchuk 
Second row : Thomas Bduro-Kwarten, Vesper Taylor, Stanley Scholl, Mohammad Tabbaa, Richard Capek, Harold Abramowski, Joseph Broz 
Bottom row : Victor Polich, Jr., James Keothane, Imad ISadran, Gerald Hoff. Felix Mila, James Galinsky 




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Top row: Jerry Fritschle, Donald Smith, Gary Wells, Arthur Zabierek, Wayne Peterson, Webster Dollahan, Raymond Dietz, Kenneth Stone, Robert 

McNabb, Richard Bennett, Carl Silva, Stephen Wood, Donald James, Edwin Wallace, Finis Schultz, Kent Francis 
Third row: Albyn Pearn, Orville Teske, Glenn Pontious, Donald Fadden, Marvin Gerdes, Joseph Beckerman, Gary Cummins, Joe Rosenstiel, Jr., James 

Allen, Walter Roll, Rollin Strohman, Larry Huggins, Wilbur Renken, Perry Bolhous, Ronald Carver, John Chapman 
Second row: Gene Brieser, Warren Brown, Bobby Fry, Clyde Hogendobler, Herschel Klueter, vice president; Ronald Holt, treasurer; Richard Pro- 

vart, president ; John Brennan, secretary ; Charles Rieketts, James Loftus, Delbert Pigg, Dorland Smith, Gerald Voss 
Bottom roio : Robert Peart, adviser; Roger Mayhew, Ralph Gee, Henry Auchstetter, Richard Vogler, John McMunn, Ajjampur A Swamy Rao, Arthur 

Muehling, assistant adviser 
Not in panel: Elmer Eckert, James Gastel, Robert Reints, Jr., scribe; Loren Maxey, Fazlollah Elahi, Neal Chamberlain 

This organization strives to promote professional interest and social activity among agricultural engi- 
neers. Activities include discussions with professional engineers and an inspection trip. 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS 
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers sponsors technical lectures and an annual student 
paper contest to increase students' interest and knowledge in the field of mechanical engineering. 

Top row: Robert Williams, Gerald McGinnis, William Lockhart, David Wade, Dean Peterson, Robert Medrow, Byron Stutzman, Edwin Snow, Jerome 

Mockenhaupt, Rodney Wallace, Donald Herda, Edwin Zemke 
Fifth row: Gene Hyland, Warren Jensen, Siegmar Gresch, Raymond Ruff, John Schoeberle, John Middleton, Edward O'Donnell, Philip Bennett, 

Robert Enstrom, Jerry Palla, Charles Pedersen, Norman McCormick, Frank Hunyady, Charles Metcalf, David Felgar 
Fourth row : Robert Biven, Robert Westbrook, Theodore Miller, Peter Christy, Milton Klayum, Charles Lansden, Steve Wutzke, David DeMartelaere, 

Roy Goern, David Ahner, Frank Sherrilglover, Albert Hosier, Charles Heimann, James Kemper, John Dickson, Robert Gaither 
Third row : Norman Eurick, Bobby Scheller, Edward Koertge, William McLenahan, Harry Dombroske, John Koch, Joseph Svatos, James Ragusa, 

Wayne Springer, Larry McMullen, James Neal, William Parker, Louis Bentsen, Albert Cannon 
Second row: Norman Reinbold, John Wilson, Bruce Stahl, Ronald Knapp, Robert Coons, Arnold Gordus, Joseph Marchello, Joseph Castronovo, Amos 

Kese, Madhusudan Bhatt, Glen Eng, Roy Moeller, Will Brown, Leonard Peterson 
Bottom row: Neil Felmus, treasurer; Walter Sergeant, Philip Voorhees, president; James Svoboda. vice president; Ronald Lawwill, secretary 



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Top row: Gustavo Patino, Arturo Diaz, Enrique Rodriguez, Silvio Baena, Abraham Murra, Carlos Escobar, Ivan de la Cuesta, Oswaldo Medrano, 
Herman de la Cuesta, Alfredo Usubillaga, Donald Gaiter, Uldarico Posada, Alvaro Infante, Rafael Gonzalez, treasurer; Enrique Haftel 

Third row : Horacio Cardenas, Harry Klein, Dario Vega, Francisco Puerta, Eduardo Aldana, Manuel Ancizar, Hernan Duque, Hernando Lesmes, 
Oscar Gutierrez, Alvaro Barrera, Alejandro Valencia, Hernan Buitrago, Heberto Pachon, Benjamin Martinez 

Second row: Elvira de Mejia, Lorraine de Klein, Rosita Diaz, Tamara Patino, Luz de Patino, Eduardo Mejia, Jaime Morales, president; Alfredo 
Carrizosa, vice president; Mario Santacruz, secretary ; Lina Gonzalez, Isabel Sanabria, Maryane de Buitrago, Luis Calderon 

Bottom row : Alvaro Lega, Carlos Garcia, Ramiro Gomez, Juan Garcia, Ivan Gomez, Humberto Marino, Nazario Guzman, Hernan Yepes, Julio Jim- 
enez, Leonardo Gomez 

Not in panel : Enrique Hernandez, Heraldo Soto, Gabriel Barbosa 

The purpose of the Colombian Students' Association is to promote fellowship among the Colombian 
students on the university campus. 

COLOMBIAN STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION 



COMMERCE COUNCIL 

Commerce Council is the governing student organization of the College of Commerce and Business 
Administration. It strives to foster a closer relationship among the students, faculty, and administra- 
tion of the College. 



Top row : Robert Naiman, Donald Andrews, Joseph Hoffmann 

Fourth row : Louis Luscietto, Richard Barker, Joseph Anient, Kenneth Telleen 

Third row: Robert Stift, Lawrence Smith, Gilbert Mochel, John D'Asaro, Howard Carney, John Dorsey 

Second row : Bruce Duff, Sue Leichtman, Audrey Ostrom, Anne Price. Carolyn Konneker, David Lipson 

Bottom row: Ruth Hadler, secretary; David Jelinek, vice president; William Pickard, president; John Dibble, treasurer 

Not in panel : Richard Christopher, James Coleman, Prof. Robert Schlosser, Prof. Arthur Wyatt 




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Top row: William Yingling, Thomas Melton, .John (resell, Larry West, Harold Tippett, Oral Booker 
Fifth row : Alvin Wire, Leonard Higgs, Robert Wedekind, Harold Harms, Darrell Beazly, John Stanley 
Fourth row: Miss Marian Sympson, Charles Aper, Joseph Jopek, John Bidner, Raymond Moffitt 

Third row : Ruth Rohl, Linda Mooberry, Muriel Garvin, Robert Coffman, John Fedderson, Floyd Roberts, Vernon Brazle 
Second row : Elsie Robison, Carol Robison, Jean Rushton, Barbara Strunk, Mary Cooper, Eleanor Masters, Carolyn Moody 

Bottom row: Roger Chishohn, treasurer; Sylvia Wineland, vice president; Kathleen Redington, secretary ; Marvin McDonald, James Melton, Martha 
Rosenberger, Robert Frank, president 

Through the Cooperative Extension Club agriculture and home economics, students become acquainted 
with the organization and objectives of the Illinois Agricultural and Home Economics Extension Service. 

COOPERATIVE EXTENSION CLUB 



DAIRY PRODUCTION CLUB 

The Dairy Production Club works to promote interest in dairying and dairy science by meeting prom- 
inent men in the field of dairying, and holding showmanship and dairy judging contests. 



Top row : Terry Ellis, Robert Cone, Edward Baylor, Allen Hoffman, Carl Gustafson 
Second row : Kevin Lyons, James Whittaker, LaVerne Gillespie, John Opelka, Charles Laury 

Front row: Prof. Emmett Ormiston, adviser; George Muck, treasurer; Joseph Helms, vice president; Richard Methews, president; Kenneth Esgar, 
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Top row: Dr. Joseph Tobias, adviser; Phillip Dressel, Albert Linden, Jack Hansen, Norman Freeman, Dr. Ernest Herreid, adviser; Lauren 

Dunaway, Horace Graham, Bhupendra Randeria. Yasuo Azuma 
Fourth row: Dr. Robert Whitney, adviser; Dr. Lloyd Witter, adviser; Benny Coplan, Tsung Chou, Kolar Ramachandran 

Third row: Edwin Hansen, Dean Trammel, William Gustafson, Kenneth Nelson, John Kibler, Richard Heise, David McCarty, Michael Keenan 
Second row: Vernon Cassens, Fred Steffens, Jr., Larry Heck. Wayne Larson, Dr. Stewart Tuekey, adviser; Dr. Paul Tracy, adviser; Richard Kurz 
Bottom row: George Muck, treasurer; Ray Speckman, president; Dourelle Kweder, Joseph Ohren, vice president; Fredrick Jaronitzky, secretary 

The Dairy Technology Society aids interested students to increase their knowledge of the dairy industry. 
Its activities include supporting the Dairy Products Judging Team. 

DAIRY TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY 



DELTA SIGMA OMICRON 

This group promotes academic, physical, social and recreational activities for wheelchair students. 

Top row: Timothy Nugent, supervisor; Anita Alter, Virginia Harrell, Bette Henlein, Kenneth Lemke. Ronald Weeks. William Schuyler, Jr.; Larry 

Rowe, Eva Boudreau, Paul Jensen, William Donahoo, Roger Robinson, David Schmidt, Dean Trembly 
Third row: John Miller, Sherry Truitt, John Fine, Barbara Hanley, Glendon Meyer, Donna Weisinger, Jack Spring, Carmen Pietrafesa, Sylvia 

Dean 
Second row: George Hill, David Ager, Frances Luther, Bonnie McManus, Marjorie Kerchenfaut, David Mieher, Miriam Pemburn, Louise Fortman, 

Thomas Jones, Edna Elterich 
Bottom row: Thomas Linde, Katherine Niemeyer, William Wilkin, treasurer; Phyllis Voy, James lioen. president; Cynthia Allen, secretary; Glen 

Bellows, vice president ; Linda Ayers, Rosemary Schnipke 






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Top roiv : Robert Hull, Albert Cannon, John Olds, John Krumwiede, Robert Schaefer, David Salbego, Raymond Borelli 

Second row : Alan Culver, Harold Marthinsen, Harold Abramowski, William Cunningham, Richard Riccetti, Raymond Kulwiec, Michael Coleman 

Bottom row: Wayne Springer, Daryl Sullivan, vice president; Arthur Stellmach, president; John Schoeberle, secretary; Richard Sanner, treasurer; 

Prof. William Hull, adviser 
Not in panel : Walter Sergeant 

The Engineering Council is organized to promote a closer relationship and coordination between the 
various engineering societies. 



ENGINEERING COUNCIL 



FIELD AND FURROW CLUB 

Rated by the American Society of Agronomy as the outstanding agronomy club in the nation, Field 
and Furrow Club advances the study of crops and soils through activities such as a crops judging 
contest. 

Top row: Ambrose Burger, adviser; John Fechter, Robert McKinney, Elmer Readle, Wayne Tomlinson, Lee Stampe, George Hall, Joseph Jopek 
Fifth row : Roger Gallup, Carl Clayton, Edward Comisky, Lynn Truckenbrod, Harold Fort, Edgar Beyer, Robert Phillips, Thomas Clements 
Fourth row : James Gay, Neal Setchell, George Smith, Richard Snodgrass, Robert Henson, Ervin VonLanken, James Dolan, Charles Heathman, John 

Rutger 
Third row : Ronald McKee, James Myers, James Allen, Fred Await, Robert Heavner, Charles Ballard, Robert Cassens, Hubert Walls, James Mills 
Second row: Gene Gudeman, Howard Maiers, Richard Vatthauer, Jerry Strohm, Larry Casey, Chuck Luker, Raymond Moffitt, Jack Suddeth, Richard 

Hughes 
Ilottom row: Richard Walter, Donald Hoffman, George Curtis, William Brown, John Sprague, Merle Mulvaney, president; Marlyn Reynolds, vice 

president; Earl Sayers, secretary-treasurer; William Wissmiller 



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Top row: Charles Oberle, Roy Jenkinson, Thomas Harcharik, Sidney Rutledge, John Schwab, Anton Vilt 
Second row: James Hayward, Carl Klehm, Ervin Bundy, Robert Norman, Joseph Kellen, Dr. James Kamp, Frank Pokorny 
Bottom row: Dr. Frederick Weinard, Carol Roller, secretary; Charles Seibold, president; Lawrence Moore, treasurer; James Fizzed 
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The Floriculture Club seeks to promote the use of flowers and to make the university community aware 
of their contribution to gracious living. The club sponsors several flower shows during the year and con- 
ducts the campus observation of National Flower Week. 

FLORICULTURE CLUB 



HAWAII CLUB 

The Hawaii Club, open to all who are interested in Hawaii, fosters greater fellowship and encourages the 
development of cultural understanding of Hawaiian social and traditional ways of life. 



Top row : Hiroshi Abe, Priscilla Berganio, Paul Kong, Warren Suzuki, Michael Yuen, Roy Kutsunai, David Shinsato, June Kawamoto, Wayne 

Kido 
Second roiv : James Mark, Amy Yoshino, Jeanette DeWolf, Carlton DeWolf. Christine Reams, Helen Hikido, Nancy Kim, Frances Ebisu 
Bottom row: Charles Lee, president; Ann Acree, vice president; Frances Ige, secretary; Professor Bruce Mainous, Zo-Anne Lum, Doris Lum, 

Amy Ishibashi, Jackson Gin. treasurer 
Not in panel : Patricia Matsumoto. Joseph Naruishi, Tadashi Tatsui. Herbert Nagata, Robert Nakamura, Fred Horiuchi, Ruth Muraoka, David 

Shinsato, Hideo Idehara, Michael Suzuki, Mrs. Michael Suzuki, Tuck Lee, Mrs. Tuck Lee, Norman Ishikawa, Warren Matsui, Henry Mark 




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leers — Left to right: Arlyn Rabideau, president; Wilbur 
Nelson, secretary; Dale Helms, Ag. Council representative; 
Charles Burrus, vice president; Myron Dempsey, treasurer; 
John Key, reporter 




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HOOF AND HORN CLUB 



The Hoof and Horn Club is an organization composed of agriculture students interested in livestock and 
the animal science field. The experience and knowledge which members encounter in this organization 
is a valuable supplement to their classroom work. 

Included in this year's activities were the Little International Horse Show, annual Spring Barbecue, 
honoring an outstanding senior member, and awarding keys to the outstanding livestock judges in Ani- 
mal Science 101 and 103 classes. 

In the spring semester, the club sponsors and participates in the Spring Judging Contest, Meats Con- 
test, Showmanship Contest, and Senior-Faculty softball game. 



Top row: Roger Bossingham, Larry McCrery, David Lakamp, Charles Lane, Harold Jepson, Richard Snodgrass, Kent Sprague, Allen Hoffman, 
Lynn Truekenbrod, Russ Youmans, George Tjardes, Dean Harfst, Richard Bangert, Robert Cassens, Vernon Reich, Roger Evans, Jim Gay, 
Kent Wesson, Dale Johnston, Gary VanWinkle, Larry Smoot, Ray Carmichael 

Fourth row: Forrest Paxton, Jack Roby, Don Pinney, Robert Wilson, Lawrence Dnewer, Roger Gillespie, Gerald Pilcher, Max Olson, LaVerne 
Gillespie, Dave Christopherson, Dave Bliss, Tom Brandt, Merrill Dierker, Tom Young, Phil Phar, Gene Potter, David Ash. James Bugg 

Third row: G. Fred Hadfield, John Burrus, James Bowers, William Gray, Ronald Kollman, Robert Mohrman. Herbert Nelson, Paul Heinhorst, 
George Anselm, Don Garrigan, Merle Haas. Ronald Allen, Kenneth Harms. Glen Gullakson, Dale Hedrick. Bob Martin. Terry Ellis, Dale Larson 

Second rote: William Lamont, Jim Bell, Walter Younker, Arlen Higgs, Carl Becker, Dick Petrowich, Robert Hughes, Neal Eckert, Don Small- 
wood, Walter Griffith, Merle Mulvaney, Gary Cooper, Richard Hughes, John Huftalin. Jim Reed, Don Meyers. Dale Ruckman 

Bottom row: Jon Dee Proehl, Don Hoffman, Allen Wagner, Waco Albert. Staff Adviser: John Key. Myron Dempsey. Arlyn Rabideau, Wilbur 
Nelson, Dale Helms, Gary Whittaker. Bert Fringer, Roger Steiger, Scott MeWhinney, Dexter Norton, Jr., Dick Freitag, Herbert Carmichael 



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Officers— Top row: Bernard Narusis, Robert Morgan, vice 
president ; William Getzen, Prof. Jerry Dobrovolny 

Bottom row: Regina Firant, president; Ted Smith, secre- 
tary; Carmen Dominquez 



Republicans on the campus 



ILLINI YOUNG REPUBLICAN CLUB 

Illini Young Republican Club membership is extended to all students Republicanly inclined. 

The club's basic purposes are to foster and stimulate political thought among the members and to 
develop potential party leadership for the years after graduation. Rs political interest is not confined 
to national and international matters, but includes state and local matters as well. 

Aside from general business matters, speaking programs, conferences and conventions, and social 
functions constitute the clubs annual calendar of activities; a newsletter is published monthly. 



Top row : Ron Hamelberg, Lyman Wilmot, Barbara Evans, Geraldine Appanaitis, Nancy Owens, Sandra Thomas, Barbara Hunt, Bernard Narusis, 

Bruce Socks 
Second row: Carl Steiner, Roger Sugg, Prof. Jerry Dobrovolny, Ralph Yunker, Ronald Klein, John Morse 
Bottom row: Donna Searing, Richard Schultz, Regina Firant, Ted Smith. Virginia Naylor, Shirley Gardner, James Blakely 




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Top row: Kay Hepler, Saviila Anderson, Joyce Lutz, Carolyn Peterson, Jeanine Sanquist, Ruth Six, Linda Hale, Marlene Peterson, Coena Blair, 
Janet Rutherford 

Seventh row : Helen Reed, Jane Brill, Nancy Turner, Mary Brown, Rosalynn Jenkins, Mary Beattie, Nancy Owens, Alice Patterson, Joanne Spaide, 
Marilyn Ransley, Mary Anne Fries, Marilyn Higgs, Susan Kahl, Sylvia Wineland, Jeanne Frederick, Judith Fahnstrom, Jane House 

Sixth row : Patricia Damron, Constance Hulin, Martha Johnson, Ann Tice, Patricia Harris, June Scheimer, Jean Hunt, Sylvia Hardin, Patricia Marx, 
Patricia Beadles, Eleanore Janssen, Kay Asay, Helen Flewellyn 

Fifth row: Barbara Forgy, Sandra Vernon, Barbara Harris, Lela Potter, Linda Mooberry, Janice Williams, Carole Mitchell, Alicia Laible, Glenna 
Blunier, Mary O'Mally, Jane Anderson, Joan Branch, Glenda Landers, Janis Finley, Martha Rosenberger 

Fourth row : Marjorie Hoerdt, Barbara Duncan, Marsha Lusk, Kay Kibler, Phyllis Howell, Caryl Harrington, Peggy Honn, Nancy Moeller, Jane 
Cole, Mary DeFrates, Janice Tullock, Norma Strube, Judith Weeks, Kaye Taylor, Saundra Youmans, Mary Moore 

Third row: Angie Putt, Barbara Strunk, Karen Bossert, Becca Hosford, Julene Wright, Shirley Leitzen, Peggy Anderson, Julia Fedderson, Margaret 
Allen, Deloris Gregory, Mary Hahn, Verna Vogt, Marjorie Swanson, Alice Wenstrom, Mary Doyle 

Second row: Audrey Mathews, Patricia Harper, Mary Cunningham, Phyllis Floyd, Joanne Miller, Janet Turney, president; Arline Rothgeb, vice presi- 
dent; Sharon Hoffmann, secretary; Carole Grant, Shirley Franklin, Ruth Rohl, Nina Sanders, Janice Hawkins, Mary Babler, Carol Dick 

Bottom row: Katherine Niemeyer, Joann Franck, Rosamund Ashwill, Sandra Rayburn, Marjorie Wood, Elaine Chang, Nancy Reynolds, Judith Mitch- 
ell, Irene Vogel, Carolyn Curtis, Elizabeth Austin, Elsie Robison, Carol Robison, Zo-Anne Lum, Carolyn Moody 

Not in panel : Pamela Shepherd, treasurer 

The Home Economics Club promotes friendship and furthers interest in home economics. 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



ILLINI CAMPUS AMVETS POST NO. 202 

The purpose of the Illini Campus Amvets is to perpetuate the interests of student amvets of World War 
II and Korea. 

Top row : Wayne Painter, Ronald Sheedy, Richard Allen, Gerald Sampson, Agostina Alagna, William Hamilton, Richard Sleeper, Donald Rapp, Leon- 
ard Marino, Stanley Anderson, Anthony Brodnick, Jon Dickson, Ronald Grace, Eugene Monahan, James Slack, Laurence Berleman, William 
Herman, John Maginot, Richard Andress, Richard Ellis 

Third row: Harold Henson, James McGuire, John Rutger, Alfred Bonfiglio, John Elliott, David McCarty, Jerry Barr, Edward Zemke, Bradley Hon- 
holt, Fred Perry, James Huxel, Robert Jurewicz, Ronald Spitzer, Bruce Stahl, Frank Keppeler, Herbert Stein, James Kruse 

Second row: Glen Pontious, Edward Bagdonas, Leonard Afremow, Ronald Black, judge advocate; Robert Des Forges, service officer; Jerry Wilson, 
1st vii-c commander; Eric Medrow. commander; Jesse Riggs, 2nd vice commander; Joseph Chandler, finance officer; James Hawkes, adjutant; 
John Bowes, Nicholas Fiorillo, Richard Kime 

Bottom row: Eugene Uttenweiler, Thomas Sprain, James Vickrey, Gerald Staffeldt. Thomas McDonald, Glen Faxon, Marcus Staloff, Darrell Frank, 
William McLenahan, Robert O'Hare. Richard Burns, Gerald Klein, Robert Plohar 



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Top row : Richard Fisehmar, Jack Gaither, James Molenaar, Robert Hasman, William 

Patrick Harmon, Ralph Enderby, William Thompson, Virgil Dorsey 
Bottom row: Heddie Solomon, Wayne Brockriede, faculty supervisor; George Stratton, Ralph Beal, vice president; Richard Adams, president; 

Daniel Bures, secretary-treasurer ; Kenneth Qualheim, Merle Kuyrkendall 

The Illini Forensic Association is devoted to public speaking on public affairs. This organization spon- 
sors the University intercollegiate debate team, audience debates on the campus, and weekly panel dis- 
cussion panels on WILL and WILL-TV. 

ILLINI FORENSIC ASSOCIATION 



ILLINI INSURANCE SOCIETY 

The Illini Insurance Society, a professional and social group, was organized in 1947. Its objectives are to 
bring University students who are interested in insurance together, and have speakers present the prac- 
tical side. The Society is both a professional and a social group with emphasis on professional activities. 

Top row : Jerome Ginsburg, Edward Hoffman, William Williamson, Gilbert Mochel, Evans Mank. Robert Wilkinson, Roger Sugg, Jack Beaupre, 

Paul Uhlenhop, Harvey Ackermann, John Rosko, Jack Greisman, Montgomery Fleming, Diane Lauer 
Second row: Barbara Nogle, Robert Hedges, Carl Lundstrom, secretary; William Forsyth, president; Howard Carney, vice president; John Baum- 

garten, treasurer ; Robert Mehr, adviser; Rita Barry 
Bottom row : Carl Brueckner. Antoine Arnaudy, David Boling, William Lauer, Ronald Leisch, Roy Thackeray, William Barry 




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Top row: Robert Arnold, Richard Barker, Donald Lee. Warren Creviston, George Steffen, Robert Lewis. Milbert Deener, Thomas Sullivan, Fredrich 
Will, Wesley Syren, Robert Stiff, Stanley Webb, Gene Hagemeier, Jerry Junas, David Hofstetter, Carl Schuetze 

Fifth row: Charles Walters, Irene Outlaw, Betty Kurkjian, Nancy Daniels, William Godfrey, Keith Poole, James Huxel, Fred Perry, Ronald Aron, 
James Mahon, Milton Ellenwood, Thomas Moore, William Bailey, Merle Sollars, Kenneth Brandt, Robert Ady, Prof. Paul Converse, Roger Esh- 
leman, Wayne Tegeder 

Fourth row: George Hartman, Audrey Ostrom, Gregory Ganakos, Richard Malone, John Cocalas, Dalia Ozelis, Francis Emmons, William Loughman, 
Gael Kowalski, Terry Costello, Robert Kline, Ronald Caprini, Paul Clancy, William Meyers, Stanley Porter, Richard Ferry, Richard Costin 

Third row: Robert Jackson, Francis Cheatham, Fredric Freeark. Everett Kimmel, Ronald Bolda, Thomas Moore, Joseph Klesken, Kenneth Eklof, 
John Chaput, Harvey Olken, Richard Foster, Herman Roling, Robert Lingle, Fredrich Giebrich, Joseph Banky, Robert Doran, Harry Christopu- 
los 

Second row: David Mieher, Richard Sherman, Richard Aston, Ross Smith, Roger Harrison, Roy Laner, vice president; Marjorie Wood, secretary- 
treasurer; Kenneth MacFarland, Richard Hill, faculty sponsor; John Anderson, president; James Coleman, Donald Phillips, vice president; 
Robert Richman, Ronald Jaskolski, William Herman, Jack Bedore. Tsutomu Tokunaga 

Bottom row : Walter Ogilvie, Robert Greenfield, Dale Bridges, Owen Ackerman, Gene Wallace, Aubrey Goers, Conrad Hewitt, David Sturhahn, Wil- 
liam Kliesner, Richard Bradley, Alpha Tebbetts, Gerald Sampson 

Not in panel : Gerald Prekwas, John Kotaska 

This organization aims to keep members abreast of current developments in the business world. 

ILLINI MARKETING CLUB 
ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF GENERAL ENGINEERS 

The Illinois Society of General Engineers acquaints its members with job opportunities in engineering. 

Top row: George Dyson, Richard Van Weelden, William Sawtell, Isaac Cooller, Kenneth Burch, John Foster, Douglas Pihl, Ray Howland, William 

Huley, Harold Trout, John Huff 
Fourth rote: William Tiedt, Nils Fagerman, Jr., Harold Andrykowski, James Wolff, Marvin Mrnka, David Allen, William King, Phillip Kenner, 

Roger Stephens 
Third row: David Weaver, Richard Mercer, Roger Bushnick, John Carson, John Gregory, Jon Peacy, Bernard Buckner, Dale Kempf, Aubrey Mon- 

son, Banfield Capron, John Marchetti 
Second row: Wayne Hamilton, Lyle Grider, Harold Frantz, Jeffrey Fritzlen, Dennis Stehlik, Max Whitman, Leon Florschuetz, Randal Smith, Richard 

Hamilton, James Braun, Gerald Lauterbach 
Bottom row: Robert. Merrill, vice president; Donald Mucha, treasurer; Jerry Dobrovolny, adviser; Jesse Riggs, president; Olga Ercegovac, Jerry 

Hogan, sec return ,• Walter Holm, James Gaffney, Vincent Schmeckpeper 






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Top row: Alfred 1'halt, Larry Kinder, Peter Philhower, Richard Hill 

Fifth row: John Zdebski, Warren James, Jerry Lundry, Charles Case, Billy Schwegman, Neil Johnson 

Fourth row: Wallace Hanlon. vi<-i' chairman; Ermett Mueller, Thomas Dziubala, Ronald Fross, Arthur Burgelis, William Nowak 

Third row: Theodore Jamison, George Levin, Lawrence Zuppan, Uonahl Beck, Kenneth Houp 

Second row: Russell Brewer, Harold Marthinsen, Woodrowe Beck, Thaddeus Swiecki. Leon Knowles 

Uottom row: Prof. Harry Hilton, adviser; James T. Martin, chairman; John Nedelk, treasurer; Gary Grody, secretary 

The Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences represents engineers, designers, and technical specialists 
in all sciences related to the design and development of airborne craft. 

IAS - INSTITUTE OF THE AERONAUTICAL SCIENCES 
LAW SCHOOL SENIOR CLASS 

This is the last class to have begun its training for the bar in Altgeld Hall, home of the College of 
Law for thirty-five years previous to the erection of the new law building. 

Top row: Donald Griffith, Karl Hoagland, Stanford Gradman, Keith liyzer, Edmund Shlens, Charles Abbott, Clarence Teagarden, William Gentle, 
Harry Keefe, Jr., Clive Follmer, Roger Clark, Jack Brown, Jr., Bernard Narusis, Hugo Schmidt, Calvin Wampler, Bruce Chelberg, Marvin 
Lieberman, James Parker, James Mackin, Joseph Fribley, George Lewis, Joseph Morrissey, David Burke 

Third row: David Zwanzig, Frank Edwards, Allan Blau, James Capel, Jr., David Anderson, Harold McKenney. Ronald Grossman, Samuel Garber, 
Arthur Schiller, Alan Sumberg, Roderick MacLeod, Ralph Norton, Robert Juckett, Darryl Lem, Wilbur Johnson, William Sholem, Harvey 
Traub, Donald Potter, Richard Richman, Thomas Metskas, Robert Brown, Chellis Taylor. Ronald Polston 

Second row : Elmer Collins, Jr., Carl Sturies, Wayne Bickes. Allen Mitzenmacher. Prof. Zelman Cowen, Prof. John Cribbet, Prof. George Frampton, 
Prof. Nelson Young, Therese Engelmann, Mary Ann Litherland, Prof. Robert Looper, Prof. Edward Cleary, Prof. Rubin Cohn 

Bottom row: John Lindsey, Emilio Vitucci, James Almeter, Glenn Blair, Jr., William Palmer, treasurer; Roger Bjorvik, secretary: Donald Norton, 
president; Milton Miller, William Young, Edgar Twine, vice president ; Robert Nelson, Donald Tennant. Bernard Segatto, Carl Hoffee 

Not in panel: Harley Anthony, Robert Bowman, Ray Breen, Richard Eagleton, Robert Emerson, Charles Fair, Vance Fraley, James Guthrie, Ed- 
mund Harmon, Helen Kalil, Vincent Lopez, Robert Mathis, Frank Merrill, Peter Nordingian, David North, Bill Seiller. Andrew Stecyk, Norman 
Thorpe, Faris Croxen, Eugene Duban, John Demos, Sheldon Goldflam, Melvyn Green 




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Top row : Romualdas Milisauskas, Rimantas Dirvonis, Algis Ripskis, Raymond Matulionis, Daila Stanaitis, Raimonda Bartuska, Vitalija Vilutis, 
Dalia Verbickas, Rimgaudas Alisauskas, president; Grazina Stepaitis, vice president; Sarunas Uzgiris, treasurer; Vita Cerskus, secretary ; Irena 
Paulius, Lione Liskunas, Vida Jucevicius, Roman Bartuska, Vytautas Rubas, Mindaugas Klygis, Saulius Jameikis 

Second row : Ina Cepenas, Jura Gelazius, Evelyn Kaminskas, Dalia Tallat-Kelpsa, Aldona Mogenis, Dalia Ozelis, Theresa Matusevicius, Nijole Jas- 
enas, Theresa Kizlauskas, Marija Stake, Aldona Avizienis 

Bottom, row : Algimantas Slapkauskas, Julius Lintakas, Alfred Zeikus, Algimantas Urbutis, Kestutis Kirvaitis, Modestas Jakaitis, Juozas Liubinskas, 
Albert Bartkus, Robert Gruodis, Vito Miliauskas, Paul Abelkis, Jonas Tamulevicius 

The Lithuanian Student Society promotes cultural and social activities among college students of Lith- 
uanian descent. 

LITHUANIAN STUDENT SOCIETY 



MASK AND BAUBLE 



Mask and Bauble is an honorary that recognizes those persons who have contributed to the University 
Theatre. Membership is gained through work on stage or backstage. 

Top row : Walter Draper, Jerald Ketchum, Mary Arbenz, Joseph Scott, George McKinney 

Second row : Ernest Humphrey, JoAnn Williamson, Jeanne Johnston, Margaret Sisk, Katherine Kendeigh, Ann Sognefest, Judith Belt 

Bottom row: William Kirehhoff, president; Margaret Heino, vice president; Suzanne Peterson, Carole Brandt, Barbara Seyler, Irene Anderson, 

Simeon Trotter, Nicholas Derrough, treasurer 
Not in panel: George Swift, Gabrielle Walters, secretary; Evan Buck, Anne Alloway, Deborah Blair, Sara Vaughn, Marion Hunter, Clara Behringer, 

Charles Shattuck, Barnard Hewitt, Elizabeth Hiller, Genevieve Richardson, Jamil Toubbeh, Webster Smalley, John Swanson, David Tillema, 

Martha Davison, John Pettit, Jean Draegert 



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Officers — Top row: Lindley Crouch, production manager; 

Joan Ernst, vice president; Frances Hamburg, treasurer 
Bottom row: Jane Bergeson, production manager; Martha 

Davison, president; Kosemary Olsen, secretary 
Not in panel : Barbara Cohn, publicity chairman 



ORCHESIS 

Orchesis is an organization which offers to both men and women students of the University the oppor- 
tunity for creative dance study, composition, and performance. Its purpose is to stimulate interest in 
dance as an art form and to foster standards of performance, appreciation, and understanding of this art 
in the community. 

Each year, Orchesis sponsors two concerts to benefit a scholarship fund which enables one or more of 
its members to study dance during the summer. In the fall, a guest artist is featured, and in the spring, 
Orchesis members present a concert of their own works. 

Orchesis also sponsors concerts in conjunction with the Festival of Contemporary Arts and organizes 
symposiums in which other colleges are invited to participate. 



Top row: Judith Zukerman, Anna Kanellos, Barbara Jorgens, Laura Quihn, Toby Wiley, Judith Buehler, Barbara Cohn, Beatrice Carlson, Miriam 

Donath 
Second row : Hertha Binde, Rose Kehart, Phyllis Johns, Margrajean Black, Patricia Myrberg, Lindley Crouch, Vivian Fullmer, Jane Bergeson, 

Mary Baker, Louise Bruyn 
Bottom row: Margaret Hyden, Frances Bamburg, Judith Krubl, Roberta Grimes, Martha Davison, Joan Ernst, Rosemary Olsen, Nancy Baggio, 

Joanna Zubaty 




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Top rote: Om Arora, Manavasi Parthasarathi, Charles Casey, Henry Mueller, Henry Oberle, Marshall Meyer, Charles Hoover, Donald Romani, 

William Mossner, Glenn Canflekl, Jr., Dean Baseley, Stanley Pugh, George Schauner, Ronald Lingwall 
Third row: Kalinath Mukherjee, Theodore Koppenaal, Ronald Iiradle, James Hanafee, Dallas Pasley, Earl Godt, Alfred Bonfiglio, William Brzegowy, 

John MacKenzie, John Ewing. Darryl Albright, Donald Hise, James Fortier, Joseph Legru 
Second row: Bernard Ricketts, Walter Bruckner, Michael Coleman. Rol ert Hull, Kaye Johnson, secretary ; James Cost, president; Ronald Larson, 

vice president; Robert Stusrud, treasurer; Thomas Read, faculty sponsor; Floyd Wright, Rudolph Wuerker, Nani Chakraverty 
Bottom row: Donald Sandstrom, Carl Janis, Edwin Horak, Shozo Saito, Devendra Gupta, Walter Class, Hideaki Kawabe, Patit Sinha, Kent Brown, 

Larry Hayes, Richard Strauser 

This society is composed of mining and metallurgical engineering and petroleum geology faculty and 
students. It promotes better understanding among present and future members of the profession. 

MINERAL INDUSTRIES SOCIETY 



SCARAB 

Scarab is a national, professional, architecture fraternity honoring members for probable success in 
architecture. Karnak Temple founded at Illinois in 1909 is the largest of ten temples in the country. 




Top row: Kenneth Wagner, Lawrence Olson, Peter Lendrum, Henry Brennan, Andrew Toth, Richard Kinst, Robert Klein, Donald Johnson, Robert 

Seekatz, James Van Praag, Robert Smith 
Second row: Prof. Gabriel Guevrekian, C. William Carlson, David Marks, secretary; Glenn Johnson, president; Richard Wolf, vice president; Robert 

Psenka, treasurer; Prof. Jack Baker, Italo Milani 
Bottom row: James Jasper, Henry Bahr, Fred Wegener, Brian Larson, William Meyer, Frank Spink 
Not in panel: Donald Brown, Clark Butts 



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Top row: Larry Lipke, Linda Kannmacher, Shirley Stimpert, Nancy Ragnar, Donna Neely, Gretchen Munert, Jack Marcacci, Mada Beauchamp 

Third row: Janet Schleper, Carol Vissering, Sally Osborne, Judith Kannmacher, Darlene Bock, Judith Wren, Mary Beauchamp 

Second row: Juanita Bailey, Nadine Janes, Anita Elder, Carol Enrico, Mareia Crosby, Karen Strack, Carol Edwards 

Bottom row: Richard Barker, Mary Arndt, Patricia Block, Barbara Duncan, vice president; Jean Guthrie, president; Anne Price, secretary; Mary 

Gabbert, Ralph Mason, treasurer 
Not in panel : Joan Hottes, Evelyn Scheiwe, Maureen Buck, Shirley Meyer 

The Secretarial Club encourages the study of business etiquette and strives for professional growth 
of its members. Membership includes student work-trainees in the cooperative work experience pro- 
gram. 



SECRETARIAL CLUB 



SOCIETY FOR ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT 

The Society for Advancement of Management promotes the art and science of management. 

Top row: John Sullivan, Robert Lingle, Donald Woodcock, Joseph Klesken, Raymond Keister, David Carter, Robert Anderson, Charles Hagener, 
Jerry Barr, Marvin Newport, Lambert Bassler, Lawrence Ellery, Edsel Wiggins, William Oggero, Lester Barnes, Jr. 

Third row: Robert Wilhoit, Samuel Frank, Thomas McCowen, Arthur Callahan, Paul Clancy, Jan Jongbloet, Frederick Will, Charles Philblad, Ray- 
mond Rezutka, Richard Barker, Michael Sasso, John Chaput, Lawrence Morrissey, Arthur Williams, John Arends, Ronald Wright, Gerald Totail, 
Phillip Schmitt, Vernon Falkenhain, John Fay 

Second row : Allen Harlan, Thomas Tiffany, Charles Coleman, John Stambulis. Juel Lepavsky, William Athas, Kay Goldsmith, Jeanne Rackauskas, 
Judith Hucko, Robert Groemling, Jack Greisman, Jerry Junas, Prof. Merten Mandeville, Donald Wahle, treasurer 

Bottom row: Leslie Shaffer, adviser; Prof. Stanley Robinson, George Elefteriou, Glenn Kramer, secretary; James Kerber, vice president; Robert 
Stift, president; Edward Terry, vice president; Stanley Porter, George Huneryager, Prof. Emanuel Salemi 

Not in panel: John Allen, James Almeter, Daniel Barry, David Bell, Robert Bender, Patrick Berry, Teodore Bibeault, Francis Briel, Donald Bueche, 
Walter Carl, Joseph Chandler, John Ciesko, James Coleman, David Conrad, Stanley Porter, Sidney Cranfill, Donald Crook, Gene Depesa, Leo 
Dehen, Thomas Dorsch, John Erickson, Benjamin Ferreira, Jack French, Robert Furry, Robert Gibson, Donnie Guile, Gene Hagemeer, Robert 
Hechler, William Herman, Michael Hill, Kenneth Hoag, James Hoffner, David Hofstetter, Andrew Homa, Gerald Honey, Francis Horman, Rich- 
ard Huffman, Richard Hull, Donald Hunt, Allan Jandera, John Jenkins Donald Johnson, John Johnson, Leonard Johnson, Jack Jones, Bruce 
Kholhase, Jon Laking, William Loughran, Carl Lundstrom, Kenneth MacFarland, Neil McDermott, Russell McDonald, Harold McGrath, Francis 
Malone, Dennis Manning, William Meyer, Loren Moss, Amer Nelson, Myron Nidets, Harvey Olken, David Pagendopf, Robert Perszyk, Donald Phil- 
lips, Edward Polomski, Robert Prieve, Terry Pritchard, Bert Quinn, Hurley Reed, Lowell Robbins, William Sanford, Keith Sawyer, James 
Scheibly, Richard Shapiro, Thomas Stablein, Donald Strader, Wesley Syren, Gerald Tollefsurd, Donald Tomasino, Gerald Van Treeck, David 
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Top row : Charles Godgluck, Harold Friborg, Gerald Guertin, James McClintock, Phillip Ostrand, Richard Baker, Gerald Johnson 

Third row : Fred Soady, Jr., Capt. Sherwood Franklin, Hans Kensbock, Robert Ulman, Dannel McCollum, James Aikman, Lyndon Bell 

Second row : Gunnar Pearson, Capt. Fred Rankin, Jr., Howard Walker, Jeremiah Mollnhauer, Edward Cleveland, John Ciesko, William Camp, Jr., 

Lt. Col. Glen Shaw 
Bottom row : Robert Williford, David Craig, Jack King, Joseph Watson, Robert Fischer, William Fox 
Not in panel : Kenneth Carr, Donald White, Patrick Clark, Jerry Masters, Lyle Grider, Joseph Vitt, Thomas Pfeiffer, George Marris, Frank Milka, 

Norman Roden, William Corley, Delbert Aden, Robert Ashbrook, Francis Bricker, Edward Gohan, John Ewing, John Gray, James Hrouda, Gerald 

Hoff, Robert Johansen, Alfred Hendron, James Keohane, Russell Keune, David Lasky, Robert Patton, Jay Poling, Timothy Riead, Eugene Snyders, 

Ronald Verda, Lyman Wilmont 

The objects of this society are to advance knowledge of military engineering and to develop relations of 
helpful interest between the engineering profession in civil life and that in the military service. All 
regular male students of the University of Illinois are eligible. 

SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS 



SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS 

The Society of Automotive Engineers acquaints the student with professional aspects of automotive 
component design, development, and research. The society regularly invites outside speakers for meet- 
ings and provides technical paper presentation competition for members. 

Top row: Lehel DeKrivatsy, Albert Cho, Jack Schmidel, Joseph Louis, Wayne Springer, Frank Simak, William Cunningham, Dale Brinkmann, 
Arnold Gordus 

Third row : Glenn Hohnstreiter, Ralph Bennett, James Fletcher, Peter Christy, John Middleton, Joseph Kennell, Jerry Palla, Donald Robins, 
Theodore Jackson, Charles Metcalf 

Second row: Richard Marshall, vice chairman; Richard Lewis, Richard Maxwell, Stephen Davis, Albert Cannon, chairman; Silas Strode, treas- 
urer; Joseph Marchello 

Bottom row: Paul Payne, Ronald Westbrook, Donald Herda, Milton Diedrick, William Parker, James Svoboda, Will Brown 

Not in panel : Ralph Jennings, secretary 





Third row : Donna Neely, Carol Crosby, Bonadine Parkinson, Prances McNeil, Irma Cefalo, Joyce Schaefer, Natalie Wallentine, Marion Eggers, Carla 
Sommerfeld, Patsy Patelski, Beverly Brockway, Barbara Pierce, Carolyn Anderson, Joyce Chase 

Second row: Adele Levy, Marjorie Tostberg, Elaine Busiae, Dorothea Cloos, Bonnie Adams, Constance Bennett, Patricia Thiel, Doris Light, Madeline 
Genovesi, Diane Nasiatka, Gabriele Lachmann, Beverly Barr, Jean Hamilton 

Bottom row: Frances Stevens, Renee Kaufman, Patricia Shugar, Donna Searing, recording secretary; Clara Lueker, Marilyn Bolchert, corres- 
ponding secretary; Dr. John McGill, sponsor; David Lantz, president; Shirley Ann Gardner, treasurer; Royce Koors, vice president; 
Jeanette Howard, Helen Klinn, historian; Jenna Lambert, Barbara Zipay 

Not in panel: Dr. James Rybak, sponsor; Diana Rea 

The Student Education Association is designed to promote the teaching profession and provide fellow- 
ship for those preparing to become educators. 

STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 



STUDENT INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING SOCIETY 

The Student Industrial Engineering Society promotes career activities and fellowship, creates a better 
understanding of industrial engineering, and links the student, the practicing engineer and industry. 



Top row: Jon Dickson, Richard Shart, Arthur Carson, Thomas Kelly, vice president; Arlen Dalhaus, John Schwegler, secretary; Eugene Mikola- 

jezyk, Daniel Magana, John Domanus 
Bottom row: Marvin Vinar, Lawrence Landesman, treasurer; Harold Payne, Maury Kalnitz, president; Leo Pigage, Sidney Sachs 
Not in panel :\ Louis Antonelli, John Arrowood, William Bardens, Donald Bednar, Raymond Borelli, Leroy Burr, Robert Else, Paul Erickson, 
Edward Pox, Roger Heath, Katherine Hirt, John Huck, John Knodle, William Langer, Wayne Little, Lester Luther, Richard McElhiney, David 
Miller, Flovd Miller, Howard Mitchell, Robert Mordini, Alan Nudetman, Roger Olson, Edward Peterson, Bernard Prange, William Proctor, Donald 
Schuh, Arthur Stellmach, Eugene Stuck, Robert Tate, Gerald Todd, Valdis Turns, Louis Wagner, William Warren, James Wheeler, Ernest Wilier. 
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Officers — Left to right: Louise Volkstovf, extramural council chair- 
man; Joanne Inness, intramural council chairman; Sarah 
Wrobke, secretary; Freddie Mitchell, president; Mina Maish, 
treasurer ; Kaaren Hiscox, public relations chairman 

Not in panel. Dolores Madsen, vice president 




Freddie Mitchell, president 



WOMEN'S SPORTS ASSOCIATION 

The Women's Sports Association, formerly the Women's Athletic Association, offers a diversified pro- 
gram of sports and recreational activities for all undergraduate and graduate women. The aims of the 
organization are to provide recreation through participation in a sports program and to promote leader- 
ship in such activities. 

The W.S.A. program includes field hockey, basketball, bowling, volleyball, fencing, golf, Softball, tennis, 
apparatus, badminton, and ice skating during special seasons of the year. Membership is based on par- 
ticipation in the various sports, either individually or as a member of a team representing a house. 

In addition to the regular intramural program, W.S.A. sponsors Sports Days with other colleges and 
universities. At the annual W.S.A. dessert a trophy is awarded to the house having the highest percent- 
age of participation and a plaque is awarded to the house which has accumulated the most points in team 
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Sports Mo naiicrs — Top rovj ; Barbara Peters, intramural basketball; Deann Donovan, intramural basketball; Sarah Gipson, intramural basketball; 
Nancy Parker, extramural basketball 

Bottom row: Ada Ross, hockey; Janice Sauerman, ice skating; Katherine Jackson, bowling; Carolyn Fleming, badminton; ISarbara Kramer, in- 
tramural basketball; Margery Hamilton, bowling 





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Intramural Council — Top row: Barbara Kumler, Patricia Treutelaar, Doris Snerer, Terry Cohn, Nancy Parker, Ann Liiulemann, Sandra Sells, 

Sheila Lew 
Middle row: Janice Sauerman, Katherine Jackson, Barbara Kramer, Jeanna Lambert, Harlene Schneider, June Hefter, Deann Donovan, Rose Kehart, 

Sarah Gipson, Phyllis Younger 
Bottom row: Sue Mittendorf, Barbara Peters, Hildegard Schroeder, Ada Ross, Carolyn Fleming, Patricia Albee. Janet Schmidt, Herta Zauke. 

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Top rotv : Francisco Bustamante, Douglas Stephens, Ted Mathieu, Robert Ostermeier, Carl Strauss, Bernard Murphy, Fred Witthaus, Melvin 

Schneidermeyer, Clarence Jones, vice president; Robert Andersen, treasurer 
Second row: Sharon Madden, Judith Strauss, Doretta Boyd, Ann Tice, Patricia Sholder, Carmen Dominguez, Marcia Shapiro, Ann Suanson, Joanne 

Von Stoeser, secretary 
Bottom row : Robert Rainis, Paul Kudirka, Charles Kowzan, John Kowzan, Peeter Hansen, Lindell Furlow, Frank Lamb 

The University of Illinois Rifle and Pistol Club teaches all interested students to respect firearms and to 
use them properly. 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS RIFLE AND PISTOL CLUB 



WOMEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJOR CLUB 

The Women's Physical Education Major Club has as its major objective the provision of guided profes- 
sional opportunities and experiences for students enrolled in Physical Education, Dance, Health Educa- 
tion and Recreation. 

Top row : Joiene Lansen, Jean Ikeda, Nancy Swikle, Marlene Moll, Peggy Merideth, Freddie Mitchell, Eleanor Kenny, Barbara Mitacek, Ola Bundy, 

Rose Kehart, Patricia Wilken, Rosemary Olsen, Barbara Dixon, Lois Fox, Laurel Madsen, Eleanor Inness, Phyllis Piotrowski 
Fourth row : Barbara Peters, Marge Hamilton, Barbara Kramer, Linda Sorrells, Dorlene Sample, Joy McCollum, Marsha Kain, Barbara Bradburn, 

Pat Albee, Patricia Dunn, Marva Lee, Sarah Wrobke, Carolyn Fleming, Nancy Hurry, Mina Maish, Ann Lindemann, Sandi Sells 
Third row: Virginia Seiler, Cecilia Damotte, Nancy Parker, Fran Handrock, treasurer; Sarah Gipson, secretary; Barbara Berner, vice president; 

Miss Marjorie Souder, adviser; Joan Morvis, president; Nancy Westefer, Janet Lindner, Maureen Charles, Judith Krubl, Judith Franzen 
Second row : Judith Olson, Doris Sherer, Martha Bucher, Kathryn Garman, Carolyn Tillema, Ann Whitely, Patricia Brewer, Ruth Dechant, 

Nancy Weaver, Jean Bower, Sue Mittendorf, Carol Packer, Joel Willis 
Bottom row : Toby Wiley, Mary Ryan. Bonnie Adams, Jeanette De Wolff, Jean Schumaker 
Not in Panel : Kay Kirk, Alwilda Sellers 



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WPGU 

WPGU is the student radio station of the University of Illinois. The station is operated completely by a 
student staff, which numbers 156 this year. 

The radio station is one of the few campus organizations which operates as a business; the entire cost 
of operations is covered through the sale of air time to both local and national sponsors. Most of the 
equipment is built by staff members. 

Recently College Radio Corporation published a book explaining WPGU's unique method of building 
transmitters. This book has gained an excellent reputation as a guide for other student stations. 

WPGU enjoys the reputation of being one of the top three college radio stations in the country. It 
broadcasts to over 4,250 students presently, and plans are being laid to increase the coverage to over 
15,000 with the completion of the new residence halls in 1959. The station operates 138 hours a week, 
which is longer than any other radio station in Champaign-Urbana. 



Top row: Charles Loebbaka, Robert Miller, Fred Rosenbaum, Richard Adams, James Bledsoe. Alan Dean. Ronald Goodman, Jack Hazlehurst, 

Howard Wolfman, Fred Olin, Richard Battles. James Biba, Gregory Nelson, Robert Crawford. William Carmody 
Fourth row: Arthur Anderson, Robert Williams, Harvey Whitfield, Philip Lieb, Leonard Sendroff, Thomas Duval. Philip Loeb, George Dixon, Robert 

Endres, James Kries, Edwin Steinam, John Carlson, Edward Harris, Edward West, Louis Rowitz, Roberta Sones, Charles Leonard 
Third row: Jack Gardner, Charles Dukes, Robert Berger, Thomas Olesker, Barry Moskowitz, Larry Kerrick, Roger Harrison, John Harris, William 

Breen, Heddie Solomon, Roger Grisson 
Second row: Ronald Garber, Barbara Fisher, Sara Samson, Gloria Laner, Nancy Feingold, Anita Anderson, Celia Reitz, Susan Meader, Savilla 

Anderson, Bette Simon, Gail Ackerman 
Bottom row: Najla Bonahoom, Leota Bastien, Diane Grippo, Joan Burdick, Carol Rovin, Beryl Smith, Fern Levy, Karen Smith 




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RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS 



The Church is important in everyone's life, and 
students are no exception. Through participating 
in the activities of the religious organizations on 
campus, students enrich their lives by the fellow- 
ship which they share. The students help govern 
these organizations through student councils com- 
posed of church staff members as well as students. 

These organizations are primarily striving to 
supply the spiritual needs which cannot be found 
in the classroom. Each of the foundations con- 



ducts services, gives credit courses in religion, and 
maintains libraries which contain religious litera- 
ture. 

In addition to their religious emphasis, the 
organizations are rich in cultural and social life. 
Contributing to the cultural aspect are choral 
groups, forums, discussion groups, and lectures. 
Coffee hours, picnics, mixers, and supper clubs 
provide social life. 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 

The Baptist Student Union is an organization promoted by the Southern Baptist Convention for the 
benefit of college students. It is devoted to the coordination of religious, social, and educational ideals 
into a framework of spiritual development. 



Top row: John Chang, Teddie Brown, Robert Lynch. Phillip Johnson, Bill Jamison, Norman Virden, Archie Hooser, vice president; James Holt, 

Clarence Benard 
Bottom row: Jess Pepple, president; Carolyn Tullis, secretary-treasurer; Alma Middleton, Judith Gabel, Edith Magee, director; Dr. James Martin, 

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Top row: Bradley Honholt, Edwin Snow, Alan Schilsky, Donald Willard, John Berton. Vincent Lopez, Charles Hwa, Robert Thomas 

Fourth row: Louis Gaiennie, Virginia Haworth, Thomas Brady, Robert Riggs, Zay McColl 

Third row: Mervyn Haycock, Frederick Kent, Camden Pierce, Mary Fredrick, Barbara Cable, Peggy Stamer, Robert Arroyo, Robert Wilhoit 

Second row: Kenneth Smith, Carl Ellis, James Lu-Meng, Judith Brandly, Nancy Wallace, Mary Geissman, Jane Dugdale, Astrida Kalnmalis, Mrs. 

F. S. Arvedson, David Erickson 
Bottom row: William Schuyler, David Frederick, Arwin Lindquist, treasurer; Christopher Pottle, president; Dorothy Ramsey, secretary; Fielder 

Dowding, vi-ce president; Father F. S. Arvedson 

Canterbury Association of the Episcopal Church Foundation promotes worship, fellowship, education, 
and service among Episcopal students at the University. 



CANTERBURY CLUB 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION 

The Christian Science Organization at the University of Illinois is sponsored by the First Church of 
Christ, Scientist. It holds weekly testimony meetings and maintains a study room. 



Top row: Carole Jiroch, Patricia Sholder, Faith Paul, James Zinser, Floyd Windal 

Third row: Marion Dahl, Jean Blue, Roger Healy, Marjorie Schmidt. Janet Gronberg, Ruth Schubert 
Second rote: Lois Hoeft, secretary; Esther Fuenning, Barbara Farrell, Marian Gronkc, Ross Latham, Richard Brewer 

Bottom row; Miles Nelson, treasurer; Lawrence Zuelke, chairman; Lynn Schaller, Barbara Walker, Peter Wenzel, Douglas Orput, Jo Meiklejohn, 
William Williams. Claude Smith, Patricia Jordan 




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Top row: David Craig, Frederick Crang, James Fry, Robert Heavner, Jerry Johnson, Edward Hook, Jesse Smart, Gary Johnson, Robert Bell, Gar} 

Wilhelm, Robert MacPhie, Lawrence Shepherd, William Epperson 
Third row: Harry Westfall, Michael Gerkin, Robert Robinson, Charles Braly, David Clement, LaYern Altemeyer, John Pound, Harold Laswell, John 

Hocking, Douglas Finlayson, Rev. Lyle Sellards, Merle Mulvaney 
Second row: Virginia Bolin, Nancy Johnson, Joan Bolin, Robert Hartley, treasurer; Sharon Reese, Susan Stover, secretary; Joseph Pound, vice 

president; David Hartley, president; Marjorie Robertson, Gwendolyn Hayes 
Bottom row: Mrs. Lyle Sellards, Sandra Sellards, Helen Chick, Alice Helm, Linda Miller, Jenny Wertheim, Marie Eigenrauch, Marilynn Brown, 

Lisbeth Steinhauer, Judith Baldwin, Amy Butler, Nancy Wertheim 
Not in panel: William Mavity, Marian Vreeland, Kayetta Sinks, Vernon Brazle, Ralph Bunting, Jacqueline Parks 

The Disciples Student Fellowship of the Illinois Disciples' Foundation provides a program which seeks 
to present Christianity in a winsome and attractive manner to the students at a time in their lives 
when decisions are being made which will shape their whole future. 

DISCIPLES STUDENT FELLOWSHIP 



HILLEL FOUNDATION 

B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation seeks to provide a religious, cultural, and social center for the Jewish 
students on campus. It is the purpose of Hillel to develop leadership for future Jewish life in America 
and to enable the Jewish community to contribute to the heritage of society. 

Top row : David Baum, Morton Barnett, Irwin Bliss, Sheila Weinberg, Leigh Nathanson 

Second row : Joan Burdick, Annette Barshefsky, Howard Mindell, Linda Steiner, Annette Roos, Marlene Lem, Merrill Greenberger 

Bottom row : Jay Young, treasurer ; Madalyn Naiman, executive director; Edward Rosen, Phyllis Winkler, Rabbi Benjamin Rudavsky, Lorna Klor- 

fine, secretary; Steven Stern, president 
Not in panel: Susan Goldstein, Ronald Goodman, Michael Gurvey, vice president; Leo Henikoff, Ronald Robbins 




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Top row: Delbert Karmeier, Robert Sudbring, Lawrence Duewer, David Butts, Kenneth Harms, John Steben, Robert Monsell, Fred Bahr, William 

Keel, Robert Meierhans, Robert Marks, Henry Bahr, Fred Wolter 
Fourth row: Ernest Karner, Thomas Marquardt, Frank Bruhns, Haward Langhoff, Thomas Hecht, Jack Gaither, Fred Olin, David Scheiter, Ermett 

Mueller, Charles Scheck, Ronald Haky 
Third row: Carla Sommerfeld, Margret Otto, Marilyn Fris, Bethany Hage, Paulette Kling, Roberta Bliss, Judith Hage, Henry Bojarzin, Walter 

Martin, James Kruse 
Second row: Carole Grant, Deloris Gregory, Betty Wilk, Dora Gilmore, Frances Handrock, Lynn Matthies, Audrey Gronert 
Bottom row: Dale Smith, vice president; Rev. Erich Heintzen, Mary Boerger, treasurer; William Blase, president 
Not in panel: Barbara Barthel, secretary; June Drzik, Richard Haiker, Herta Zauke, Robert Herschbach. Thomas Wegener, Robert Groemling, 

Jean Wollenweber, Alan Holz, William Mossner, Gerald Berchtold, Joseph Doninger, Kenneth Shaeffer, Vincent Schmeckpeper, Norma Strube 

Gamma Delta, international association of students of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, fosters 'a 
program of Christian knowledge and Christian service. The local Upsilon Chapter provides Sunday 
evening fellowship meetings, mid-week vespers, discussions, recreation, and service projects. 



GAMMA DELTA 



UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL 

University Lutheran Chapel and Student Center is sponsored by the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, 
and serves as a training parish for students. 



Top row: Dan-ell Gieseking, vice president; John Schroeder, Thomas Hecht, William Blase 

Second row: Robert Meierhans, Max Moeller, president; Rev. E. H. Heintzen, pastor; Werner Essig, treasurer 

Bottom row: David Pagenhopf, Henry Bahr, John Steben, Mrs. Werner Essig, Jean Wollenweber, Judith Hage, Audrey Gronert, secretary 

Not in panel: Arthur Murray, Ove Uggerby 




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Top row: Linda Bezdek, William Colby, Roland Hanson, John Hugh, Robert Wagner, Edmund Mason, Joanne Nemec, Karen Person, Norman 

Lindblad, Suzanne Wilson, Willard Hayworth, Roger Gerig, Marian Wikholm, Gordon Thorson, John Sahlin 
Fourth row: James Bledsoe, Cornelia Carnes, Jess Pepple, Ralph Jacobson, Duane Knafl, Tom Liljegren, Neil Grant, Edwin Hawkinson, Bonnie 

Maleor, Carol Pierson, Ronald Crowell 
Third row: Jackson Root, John Lockner, Judith Weeks, Allan Anderson, Susan Hastings, Wilma Hollenback, Mary Gabbert, Annetta Sandman, 

Ethel Liechenstein, Daniel Mystrand 
Second row : Walter Roll, Susanne Campbell, Richard Noland, Richard Dix, Norman Roden, Tsutomu Tokunaga, Norma Fuqua, Daphne Ham, Carol 

Edwards, Lucy Liu, Jacqueline Henderson, Patricia Hudson, Mary Bohi 
Bottom row: Richard Hamilton, Warren Jensen, Edward Rapinchuk, Marilyn Rapinchuk, Dorothy Stark, Sara McMillan, see retort/ ; Thomas Stark, 

treasurer; Charles Haley, Ann Mathis, John Hade, vice president; Jed Metcalf, John Hall, Jean Moore 

Illini Christian Fellowship presents the claims of Jesus Christ and man's relationship to Him. 

ILLINI CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 



LUTHERAN STUDENT FOUNDATION 

The Lutheran Student Foundation, the agent of the National Lutheran Council at the University, exists 
for the spiritual, moral, and social enrichment of all members. 



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Top row : John Johnson, Ross Childers, Dean Larson, Clifford Smith. John Swanson, Ronald Ady, Ronald Kloss, Thomas Sykes, Roy Emrick, 

Gerald Peterson, Hans Lustig, Robert Schmelzer 
Third row : Marjorie Swanson, Natalie Wallentine, Carol Schaack, Ruth Holstrum, Frances Meinders, Jean Pease, Lois Weber, Margaret Larson, 

Patricia Link, Mary Lilja, Marietta Hamilton 
Second row: Mary Dueland, Winifred Ericksen, Roy Dinschel, treasurer; Ronald Ferguson, president; Priscilla Laird, secretary; Rev. Roger 

Gobbel, Dawn Eskildsen. Howard Seizinger 
Bottom row: Bruce Kelley, William Johnson, Vernon Busboom, Edward Wolf, David Schaefer, Richard Martin, Alvin Wire 





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Top row: Edward Parrish, Larry Hill, Joseph Apea, Daniel MeNabb, Douglas Lapp, Norman Lawrence, Berlin Kelly 

Third row: Jeanine Elliott, Lyle Hughart, Mark Templeton, Roger Chisholm, Barbara Bailey, Neil Grant, Charles Broughton, Barbara Watkins 

•Second row: Virginia Tanksley, Rev. Stuart McLean, Kay Ent, Cecil Stewart, Margaret Heino, Lynn Tobin, president; John Schwegler, treasurer; 

Nancy Jo Williams, vice president ; Virginia Blum, secretary; Marjorie Hensley, Rev. Roy Harlow 
Bottom row: Joan Vandervliet, Carol McQuilkin, Margaret Morton, Jean Sumrall, Carol Adams, Verna Oodman, Mary Jane Beattie, Alice Shoger, 

Suzanne Devos, Katherine Hirt 
Not in panel: Dr. James Hine, Kay Asay, Neal Ball, Judith Belt, John Bossingham, Mary Louise Bush, Barbara Drinnon, Judy Ent, John 

Forsyth, Janis Gilbert, Ronald Gilbert, Gene Hagemeier, Merrill Hahn, Nancy Knosher, Donna Lindstrand, Robert Little, William Yonan 

McKinley Foundation provides fellowship, worship, and Christian education for University students. 
Its purpose is to witness and to bring an awareness of the Christian faith to the student. 

McKINLEY FOUNDATION STUDENT COUNCIL 



SEABURY FOUNDATION 

Seabury Foundation, the home of the Congregational Christian and Evangelical and Refonned Students, 
helps the members examine and apply their Christian convictions and principles. 



Top row : Harvey Davis, Clifford Johnson, Richard Radel 

Third row: Kenneth Hudson, Phil Jones, Elaine Holmes. Thomas Wimberly, James Frigo, Darrell Lohmeier 

Second row: Sandra Avers, Linda Wall, Alyce Tallman, Bernard Paul, Ralf Mueller. Charlene Prasse, Mr. Fitzgerald 

Bottom row: Phyllis Keene, Patricia Montgomery, vice president; Sue Brown, president; Joanne Spaide, Gerald Oelberg. treasurer 

Not in panel: Elizabeth Stratton, recording secretary 



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Officers — Top row: Rev. Joseph Mackowiak, Rev. James 

Martin 
Bottom row: Rev. Edward Duncan, director; Rev. Edward 
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THE NEWMAN FOUNDATION 




Christmas is in the air. 



The Newman Foundation is the Catholic student center at the University, providing a program spiritual, 
educational and social in nature. Foremost among the Foundation's activities is the work of St. John's 
Catholic Chapel, the heart of Catholic liturgical and sacramental life on campus. 

As its contribution to the intellectual life of its members, the Foundation offers a series of accredited 
religion courses, conducted by the priests of St. John's, including classes in philosophy, theology, the 
spiritual life, social problems, church history, scripture and liturgy. 

An important affiliate of the Foundation is the Newman Club, the official organization of Catholic 
students on campus. A member of the National Federation of Newman Clubs and through it united with 
more than 500 other such groups on campuses throughout the nation, the local club offers Illinois stu- 
dents a widely diversified schedule of events including lecture series, discussion groups, dramatics, an 
annual Christocentric Arts Festival, choral activities, refreshment hours, intramural sports, outings, dances 
and other socials. 

The Graduate-Faculty-Staff League of the Foundation carries on a separate program for interested 
members of the campus community. Director of the Newman Foundation is the Reverend Edward J. 
Duncan, who is assisted by the Rev. Edward W. O'Rourke, the Rev. James R. Martin and the Rev. Joseph 
R. Mackowiak. 



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Top row: Ronald Hafer, James Carl, David Hoover, Neal Chamberlain, Sherwood Anderson, Thomas DeLong, Jon Samuelson, Henry Hardy, 

James Gaffney, Homer Wright, Robert Taylor, Walter Cutchin, Jerold Deener 
Third row: Esther Kennedy, Julie Chapman, John Chapman, Mrs. John Chapman, Sarah Burnett, Sandra Spitzer, Delores Wallace, Patricia 

Marx, Joyce Loofbourrow, Robert Ford, Judith Marteney, Pierre Marteney, Susan Marteney, Danielle Burton, Nancy Love, Hilah Sanders, 

James Bledsoe, Jr. 
Second roxo: James Filler, James Elliott, Donald Gibbs, Raymond Duewer, Maran Ding Wa, Mathai John, Wai Won ('bin, Miriam Costner, Pauline 

Scholl, Susan Hastings, Allan Anderson, Alice Urie, William Sparks, Rae Turnbull 
Bottom row: Maurice Jones, Alfred Brough, associate director; Riley Walters, James Reiter, Bernedine Gernon, Karen Kelly, president; Stanley 

Scholl, vice president; Willie Scott, Haydn Ambrose, minister-director; Roger Gulick 
Not in panel: Betty Brentner, secretary; Anita Boughan, Carl Lundstrom, treasurer 

The University Baptist Church seeks to administer to the students and staff at the University of Illinois. 
Through fellowship, it seeks to nurture a Christian faith relevant to each individual. 

UNIVERSITY BAPTIST CHURCH 



WESLEY FOUNDATION 

Wesley Foundation helps Methodist students to continue and develop their religious life during college 
days through worship, service, study, and fellowship. 



Top row: James Garlich, Kenneth Carr, William Thomas, David Lindstrom, Robert Carlson, Morris Huck, Kenneth Rose, Harold Barthel, Rev. 

Nicolas Lotz, associate minister 
Second row: Barbara Willis, Dorcas Baker, Katherine Kendeigh, Sarah Hofsas, Ruth Miller, Charles Wolven, David Penniman, Frank Hayward, 

George Buchal, Gene Hollingsworth _ 

Bottom row: Beverly Erlandson, Joseph Miller, treasurer; Patsy Patelski, secretary; John Stanley, president; William Parker, vice president; 

Judy Weitz, Wilma Hollenback 
Not in panel: Richard Shoemaker, Carol Tomlinson, James White, Miss Louise Russell, student program assistant; Rev. John Dorr, assistant 



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ARMED FORCES COUNCIL 

Through the Reserve Officers Training Corps unit here at the University of Illinois, one may obtain a 
commission in either the Army, Navy, or Air Force. 

Coordination of the three ROTC units is achieved through the Armed Forces Council. This Council 
is composed of the Army Cadet Commander and his Executive Officer, the Navy Midshipman Com- 
mander and his Executive Officer, and the Air Force Cadet Commander and his Executive Officer. In 
addition, each unit provides a junior to serve on the Council and the ROTC unit in charge for the cur- 
rent year provides a commissioned officer to act as adviser. 

Functions of all three ROTC units include the Military Ball, Camid Hop, Veteran's Day Ceremony, 
and the Honors Day Formation. 



Top roil': Everett Kimmel, Robert Hendel, Paul Prehn, Jr.. Richard Schaeffer 
Second row: ("'apt. Norman Kohn, Herbert Tygett, Robert Eggers, Dale Hicks 
Bottom row: William Shaffer, Keith Quackenbush, William Gabbard 




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Keith Quackenbush, cadet colonel 



Shirley Moore, army sponsor 



ARMY 



The Army Reserve Officers Training Corps came into existence at Illinois the same year the University 
was established and has constantly grown in strength and popularity throughout the years. 

Colonel Paul Steinbeck, senior officer and academic head of the Army, is Commandant of Cadets at the 
University. 

At the present time, seven branches of the United States Army are represented in the Cadet Brigade. 

The Cadet governing body of the Corps is the Military Council, which consists of ranking senior cadets 
from each of the seven branches and delegates from the three military honoraries : Scabbard and Blade, 
Phalanx, and Pershing Rifles. The group acts as a sounding board for student affairs and as a liaison 
body between the Commandant and Corps of Cadets. During the 1957-58 school year, the Council was 
presided over by Cadet Colonel Keith Quackenbush, Brigade Commander of the Army ROTC. 



Army Council — Top row: DavM Craig, John Dorsev, Charles Ivey. Larry Stickler 
Bottom, row: Charles Blahous, Keith Quackenbush, Robert Eggers, Marv n Meissen 



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Brigade Staff — Top row: Larry Arndt, William Corley, Armand Ferrini, Roy 

Allison, Lt. Col. Leonard LaConte, adviser 
Bottom rote: Keith Quackenhush, Robert Eggers 




Combat maneuvers 





Col. James Howder, professor of air science 



William Shaffer, cadet colonel 



AIR FORCE 



Top row : Thomas Micklos. information services officer; Herbert Tygett, deputy wing commander ; Everett Schleter, wing operations officer 
Bottom row: Bernard Paul, group commander; Robert Elliot, group commander; William Shaffer, wing commander; Preston Ransom, group 
commander; William Gullett, group comn ander 



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Distinguished Military Students — Left to right: Arthur Stellmach, Robert Rankine, Everett Schleter, Co). James Howder, William Shaffer, Bernard 
Burnett, William Sullivan 



The primary source of officers to lead our Air Force is the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps 
of which the University of Illinois has one of the largest wings. 

From the Wing Commander down to the freshman basic, the Wing is operated by the student officers 
and guided and supervised by the regular Air Force personnel. The cadets are given as much responsi- 
bility as possible so as to train them to assume positions of responsibility when they are called to active 
duty. 

Besides classroom and drill floor instruction, field trips to Air Force bases and orientation flights provide 
opportunities for the cadets to become more familiar with the primary mission of the Air Force— flying! 



Col. James Howder with Cadet Lieutenant Barbara Wilford. 
the first female ROTC cadet. Miss Wilford hopes to be com- 
missioned in the Women's Air Force. 




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AIR FORCE ACTIVITIES 



Air Force ROTC display 



Display at high school circus 








Senior Class — Top row: Stewart Trimble, Aldrich Lipka, Robert McNabb, Paul Uhlenliop, Roger Day, Sheldon Hauck, Alan Dean, James Toth, 

William Forsyth 
Third roiv : Max Cisne, George Smith, David Salbego, John Tucker, Stephen Sutton, William Gabbard, Donald Auten, Richard Hoard, Ermett Mueller, 

Gene Buist 
Second row: Charles Mayer, Joseph Long, Francis Emmons, Roger Berg. Julian Bockserman, Harold Hicks, Howard Dovre, Philip Giambri, Craig 

Webber 
Bottom row: David Crane, Fred Rabe, William Lyons, Russel Youmatis, Sully Bonansinga, Donald Warner, Donald Tiedeman, Donald Trull 

NAVY 

The Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Program prepares the youth of America to assume positions 
of commissioned officer responsibility in the United States Navy and the United States Marine Corps. 

The Illinois Unit is comprised of approximately three hundred carefully selected young men who are 
preparing for service in the Navy and Marine Corps. 

During their four years of school, midshipmen study essential Navy subjects. During the summers, the 
midshipmen participate in world-wide training cruises to augment their formal training with a practical 
background. 

Upon graduation, midshipmen receive commissions as Ensigns in the Navy or Second Lieutenants in 
the Marine Corps and are given immediate assignment to active duty. 



jl. Boeker Batterton, professor of naval science 



Patricia McCartney, sponsor 



William Gabbard, midshipman captain 





Trident Naval Honorary — Top row : Joseph Bartulis, Paul Uhleuhop, 
Webster Dollahan, Peter Philhower, Stephen Groves, Donald Tiede- 
man, Richard Hoard, Walter Heimerdinger 

Second row : John Crawford, Lon Rademacher, Edward Cleveland, Harry 
Simmons, Robert McNabb, Philip Nelson, Frank Pollack, James Wil- 
liamson, Joseph Long 

Bottom ro%v : Leonard Arentsen, Loren Sanders, Stephen Sutton, Edward 
Bailey, Roger Berg, vice president; CDR. James Mason, adviser; 
Craig Webber, president; Philip Giambri, Thomas Gabbard, Julian 
Bockserman 



Trident was founded this year as a Naval honor- 
ary for juniors and seniors in NROTC. The purpose 
of Trident is to promote interest in NROTC ac- 
tivities and to present informal discussions on cur- 
rent events in the Navy. 

This year Trident sponsored the First Annual Tri- 
dent Ball at the Urbana-Lincoln Hotel honoring the 
officers of the unit and Ann McCartney, Trident 
sponsor. 




Awards presentation by Col. Boeker Batterton 



NAVY ROTC RECEIVES RECOGNITION 



Navy Council — Top row: Arden Taube, David Thomas, Richard Brent, 
Donald Warner, Richard Schaeffer, Lon Rademacher, Richard Hoff, 
Leo Wotan, Craig Webber 

Bottom row : Richard Hoard, Harold Hicks, William Gabbard, Paul 
Uhlenhop, Roger Berg 




Naval Battalion Staff — Top row : Robert McNabb, Charles Mayer, 

Alan Dean 
Bottom row : Harold Hicks, John Adams, William Gabbard 



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Grouped under the forward 16-inch gun turret of the USS 
WISCONSIN stand midshipmen from the University of Illinois 
and President Henry. 

The midshipmen departed from Norfolk for the training 
cruise which included an eight-day visit to Valparaiso, Chile; 
two trips through the Panama Canal; three days at Balboa, 
Canal Zone; and two days at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. 



1957 SUMMER CRUISES 




University of Illinois color guard at Little Creek, Virginia 



Pollywog initiation while crossing the equator 



Crossing the equator on board USS Albany 




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ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION 



VARSITY SPORTS 



INTRAMURALS 




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FOOTBALL 

1957 BIG TEN FOOTBALL STANDINGS 

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Ohio State 7 

Michigan State 5 1 

Iowa 4 l 

Purdue 4 3 

Wisconsin 4 3 

Michigan 3 3 

ILLINOIS 3 4 

Minnesota 3 5 

Indiana 6 

Northwestern 7 



Head Coach Ray Eliot 




"It is impossible to predict how well this 
team will do on the field through nine tough 
games because of the great number of ques- 
tion-marks which still existed at the end of 
spring practice," Coach Eliot reflected in a 
pre-season statement. 

No words could better explain the final 
record of the 1957 Illinois varsity football 
team. Suffering heavily from graduation 
losses of a 1956 squad which compiled a 
2-5-2 record, the "Fighting Illini" finished 
the season with a 3-4 Big Ten record and a 
4-5 overall record. 

The 1957 season, which had many ups and 
downs for the Illini, included a smashing 
34-13 Homecoming victory over Minnesota, 
then ranked one of the nation's top teams; 
a thrilling 20-19 triumph over Michigan; a 
heartbreaking 19-14 loss to MSU, ranked one 
of the top two teams in the nation all season; 
and a revengeful 27-0 victory over North- 
western. 

The Illini were led by Captain Dale Smith, 
playing his final season at halfback. End Rod 
Hanson was named most valuable player, 
and fullback Jack Delveaux was elected as 
captain for the 1958 team. 

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That's not in the rule book! 



UCLA 



Illinois, off to a slow start, started to click in 
the fourth quarter only to find it was too late 
to catch an inspired UCLA football team. The 
Illini took a 16-6 trimming in their 1957 season 
opener. 

Illini fumbles and other miscues set up the 
two Bruin touchdowns and the field goal to 
make the score 16-0 at half time. 

A third quarter comeback attempt by the 
Illini was unsuccessful, but as the final quarter 
opened they completed a 91-yard scoring drive. 
Tom Haller's 22 and 11 yard passes to Rich 
Kreitling and Rod Hanson, interspersed by 
center punches by Ray Nitschke, got the ball 
down to the Bruin 23. Then a pitch to Hanson 
was good for 15 yards. The remaining yardage 
was gained by Don Grothe in two short drives. 



Basketball, anyone? 



COLGATE 

Bouncing back from defeat in the season 
opener, Illinois brushed up for its conference 
debut with a convincing 40-0 victory over 
Colgate. 

The Illini climaxed an 80-yard march from 
the opening kick-off with Ray Nitschke going 
over for the first TD. Several minutes later, 
a pass to Bob Mitchell boosted the margin to 
12-0. 

After a second period lull, the Illini surged 
forth with Nitschke scoring early in the third 
period on a 10-yard pass. A recovered Colgate 
fumble, two more plays, and Nitschke scored 
again. Then a startling 42-yard run by Don 
Grothe made the score 33-0 going into the 
final quarter. 

With Tom Haller doing a masterful job 
of directing the attack, the Illini operated 
swiftly and smoothly while allowing Colgate 
to penetrate Illinois territory only twice in 
the entire game. 





Ron Hill 
George Utz 



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Complete! Haller to Kreitling 





Paul Adams 



OHIO STATE 



After showing great promise by their 40-0 victory 
over Colgate, the Illini succumbed to Ohio State's 
power plays and met with a 21-7 defeat in their first 
Big Ten encounter. 

Ohio State clearly dominated the first half of the 
contest making 14 first downs to Illinois' seven and 
advancing 165 yards to the Illini's 54. They had pos- 
session of the ball 48 times to Illinois' 19. Yet, the 
Buckeyes were only able to penetrate the Illini goal 
line once— and that wasn't exactly easy. Twice in the 
second period, Illinois took over on downs after Ohio 
State had advanced to the one yard line. Doug Wal- 
lace, Bob Delaney, and Bill Burrell were among the 
outstanding Illini defenders on these occasions. 

The brightest moment for the Illini came early in 
the third period as Don Grothe's 18 yard sprint re- 
turned the kick-off to the Illinois 42 yard line. A long 
pass from Tom Haller to Rich Kreitling, who made 
the catch at full speed on the Buckeye 20 yard line 
dashed across the goal line, accounted for the Illini's 
lone TD. Haller's place kick tied the score. Two costly 
fumbles in the last half ended the Illini threat. 



"Sidestepping Bob" 



Ray Nitschke 




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MINNESOTA 



After a rather uninspired game against Ohio 
State, the Mini were to face Minnesota's Golden 
Gophers, a team that seemed on its way to a Big- 
Ten football title, a trip to the Rose Bowl, and 
possibly a national championship. 

What chance did the Mini have against such a 
powerful team? On paper, Minnesota was favored 
to win by at least two touchdowns! 

But the charts simply don't count when Illinois 
plays before the alumni. This was it! This was 
Homecoming, and its spirit was electrifying! 

The Mini eleven played a brand of football 
much superior to any they had displayed thus far 
in the season. Their tackling was rugged. Their 
blocking was sharp. The whole team was aggres- 
sive and really clicked, working under the quarter- 
backing of Tom Haller. All of these factors led 
to another amazing Homecoming upset as the 
Mini walloped the big Gophers 34-13! 

The Mini marched 82 yards in 12 plays for their 
first touchdown with Jack Delveaux accounting for 
45 yards in three plays. Then the Mini took a 14-0 
lead as Delveaux added a second touchdown after 
a fumble set up the score. 

The entire Mini squad received praise for the 
exhilarating game with special commendation go- 
ing to Haller, Delveaux, and to Bob Mitchell, 
heralded by Minnesota's coach as a fine runner. 




Stop that Gopher! 




"A Place in the Sun' 



All right, who's got it? 




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Final score: M.S.U. 19, Illinois 14 



MICHIGAN STATE 

Playing before a capacity Homecoming crowd 
and out for revenge after last year's 20-13 defeat 
at the hands of the Illini, Michigan State was well 
prepared to meet the Illinois eleven. But the 
Spartans were surprised at the effort it took to 
get their 19-14 win over the Illini. 

The triumph over Minnesota caused Illini fans 
to speculate— Was the win a true indication of 
Illinois' capabilities, or was it merely the big game 
of the season? All misgivings were erased, how- 




ever. In spite of the loss to Michigan State, the 
Illini played an excellent game, overcoming a 
13-0 margin at half time to gain a 14-13 lead in the 
third quarter with Tom Haller and Bob Mitchell 
doing the scoring. 

The final blow was dealt by the Spartans on a 
36-yard trap play as their 9.7 second 100-yard 
sprinter cut clear and scored. The 3% remaining 
minutes of play were not sufficient for the Illini to 
complete a successful drive. 



"He'll never get away — " 




Tom Haller 




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Bob Mitchell 



PURDUE 




Birds-eye view 



Since the last meeting between Purdue and Illi- 
nois had resulted in an uninspired 7-7 tie, there 
was much anticipation about the 1957 game with 
the Boilermakers. However, the dismal weather 
dampened not only the crowd but also the spirit 
of the players, and the game ended in a 21-6 de- 
feat for the Illini. 

The game proved to be quite contradictory to 
all statistical predictions. The vaunted ground 
game of Purdue rarely made headway against 
Illinois. The supposedly weak pass department of 
the Boilermakers provided Purdue's first two 
touchdowns. Purdue's big line, supposedly in- 
vulnerable, was punctured by the Illini for an 83- 
yard march. These antagonistic facts and a bar- 
rage of mistakes blended well to provide a dreary 



Dad's Day game. 

The Illini highlight of the game was the 83-yard 
march for the Illinois score in the opening period. 
Two 11-yard charges by full back Jack Delveaux 
and a series of off-tackle gains by Bob Mitchell 
rolled up six straight first downs to Purdue's 10. 
Then Mitchell climaxed the drive with a 10-yard 
scoring dash. 

Bob Hickey attempted to awaken Illinois' pass 
attack and did succeed in covering 54 yards in the 
fourth period on two completions to halfbacks 
Gene Carr and Dejustice Coleman, but the Illini 
lost the ball on the Purdue 12. As the game ended, 
Hickey hit Ed Jerzak with a 38-yard aerial, again 
on the 12, but time expired before Illinois could 
run another play. 



Dodge'm Bob 



Who jumped the gun? 





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Ron Delaney 



Jack Delveaux 



Don Grothe 



Snag'um, Bob! 




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Dick Perez 




MICHIGAN 



Playing before an enthusiastic I-Men's Day crowd 
in Memorial Stadium, the Fighting Mini squeaked 
by with a 20-19 win over Michigan's Wolverines. 

After compiling a 20-6 lead with only one minute 
elapsed in the fourth period, the Mini withstood a 
two-touchdown Michigan assault to win by only one 
point. Two blocked point-after-touchdowns by Bob 
Mitchell in the first and fourth quarters provided the 
Mini with their margin of victory, while quarterback 
Tom Haller converted the important PAT's twice for 
Illinois. 

Michigan was handicapped seriously in its running 
game when Jim Pace, halfback All-American candi- 
date, was forced to leave the game in the first quarter 
after colliding with Mini fullback Ray Nitschke. Pace 
averaged 10.4 yards in five carries and managed to 
rip off one run of 48 yards while still in the contest. 

Although Michigan outgained the Mini in total 
yards 338 to 322, the home team led on the ground 
311 to 213. Nearly all of Michigan's yardage gained 
through the air came in the last period as the Wolver- 
ines struck back with their ace senior sharpshooter, 
quarterback Jim Van Pelt. A stiff 30 mile an hour 
wind hindered passing and punting all during the 
game, and Michigan wasn't able to unloosen its pass- 
ing attack until the fourth period when it had the 
wind at its back. 

Illinois' rushing advantage was shown clearly by 
the averages of its backs for the afternoon: Haller— 
7.3; Mitchell-4.8; L. T. Bonner-7.0; Ray Nitschke 
—7.6; and Jack Delveaux— 6.0. 



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Haller on the option. 




Bob Henderson 



WISCONSIN 



A spectacular aerial assault in the closing min- 
utes of the game decreased Wisconsin's margin 
but didn't close the gap, and the Badgers emerged 
victorious over the Illini 24-13. 

The last minute 76 yard drive engineered by 
Bob Hickey was made strictly on passes after 
picking up a first down on an option play. A 
15 yard pass from Hickey to Doug Wallace put 
the ball on the Illinois 49 yard line. Another pass, 
this one snagged by Dejustice Coleman, brought 
the ball to the 27 yard stripe in Wisconsin territory. 
Then came the brightest spot of the game for the 
Illini as Hickey completed his touchdown pass to 
Coleman with two seconds to go. 



While Hickey s play calling accounted for the 
final Illinois touchdown, it was Tom Haller who 
engineered the first Illini score, which came in 
the second quarter, after Wisconsin had taken a 
14 point lead. 

The Illini took over on the Wisconsin 28 yard 
line when Bod Hanson blocked a Badger punt. 
Jack Delveaux smashed his way to the Wisconsin 
17. Haller then passed to Bich Kreitling for the 
touchdown and kicked the extra point. 

Strong line play set up the final Wisconsin 
touchdown early in the last period. Then a Wis- 
consin punt put the ball on the Illinois 24 from 
where Hickey started his aerial touchdown drive. 



Chuck Schrader 



''Open that hole, guys!" 




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Great shades of Grange! 



Ken Sutter 



Rod Hanson 
Dan Wile 




Who's leading the interference? 




NORTHWESTERN 

For the final game of the 1957 season, the Mini, 
acting as host for the Northwestern squad, defeated 
the Wildcats by a rousing 27-0. 

Early in the first period Ray Nitschke, aided by 
Dejustice Coleman and Rich Kreitling, sprinted 84 
yards for a touchdown. Tom Haller's kick for the 
extra point was good. As a thrilling climax to a 
second Illinois drive, Kreitling recovered Nitschke's 
fumble on the two-yard line and went over for the 
touchdown. 

Stunned by this early scoring of Illinois, North- 
western didn't even pick up a first down until thirty 
seconds after the start of the second quarter. Until 
then, their deepest penetration had been to the Illi- 
nois 45-yard line. 

Sparked by Chip Holcomb, the Wildcats attempted 
a drive in the second period but were halted on the 
14 yard line by a fumble. This was the only North- 
western threat of the entire game. 

The dominance of the Mini was even more obvious 
in the second half as Illinois, spearheaded by the 
running of Nitschke and Delveaux, retained almost 
complete control of the ball. 

Despite several penalties, the Mini continued 
marching in the second half with Nitschke climaxing 
an 80-yard drive with a three yard touchdown 
plunge. Then 16 plays and 57 yards later, Delveaux 
dove over the goal line from the one yard stripe to 
score again. Both attempts for the extra point were 
good. 

Defeating Northwestern was a great way for the 
Mini to end the season, particularly for the senior 
members of the squad. Fullback Ray Nitschke cli- 
maxed a brilliant career at Illinois with his greatest 
offensive game, going 170 yards in 21 carries for an 
8.1 yard average and scoring two touchdowns. 



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1958 ? 



At the end of the 1957 season, Illinois fans 
kept telling themselves, "Wait till next year!" 
With 23 lettermen returning for the 1958 
team, it looked as if the Mini would have 
all the necessary ingredients for a Rose Bowl 
contender. However, before spring practice 
even started, Mini fans were disheartened to 
leam that junior quarterback Tom Haller had 
signed to play professional baseball with the 
San Francisco Giants and had dropped out 
of school. 

Besides finding a quarterback for next sea- 
son's team, Coach Eliot is also faced with 
the problem of finding capable replacements 
for graduating halfbacks Bob Mitchell and 
Captain Dale Smith. Mitchell played in the 
East- West Shrine game in a post-season af- 
fair. Fullback Ray Nitschke, end Rod Han- 
son, and tackle Paul Adams competed for the 
North in the annual North-South tussle. 
Nitschke and Hanson also played in the 
Senior Bowl contest, and Nitschke racked up 
the game's best ground gaining average, 
while Hanson was named most valuable 
player. 

With captain-elect Jack Delveaux return- 
ing to lead the team from the fullback slot, 
the 1958 edition of the "Fighting Mini" 
should improve considerably on its seventh 
place showing of last year. 



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Top row : Chuck Studley, Bob King, Ken Miller, Chuck Boerio, Mel Brewer 
Bottom row: Ralph Fletcher, Ray Eliot, Burt Ingwersen, Chuck Purvis 




Carl Johnson 



Top row: Backfield Coach Ralph Fletcher, Line Coach Burt Ingwersen, Assistant Freshman Coach Ken Miller, Freshman Coach Mel Brewer, 

Assistant Freshman Coach Chuck Boerio, Line Coach Chuck Studley, End Coach Bob King, Backfield Coach Chuck Purvis, Head Coach Ray 

Eliot 
Sixth row: Rich Kreitling, Carl Johnson, Bill Jaslowski, Denny Staub, Bob Henderson, John Schwiete, Bruce Dollahan, George Utz, Curtis 

Plautz 
Fifth row: Ernie McMillon, Dave Cadwallader, Bob Hickey, Harold Hussung, Don Yeazel, Ray Gibson, Jim Entwistle, Joe Wendryhoski, Ed Jerzak, 

Doug Wallace, Tony Danosky 
Fourth row: Dick Hendrickson, DeJustice Coleman, Bill Burrell, Art Krumrei, Jim Wadlington, Ken Kraml, John Stapleton, Dave Rewerts, Lindell 

Lovelette, Bob Lewis, Ed Reed, Bob Bronson 
Third roio : Ken Gehler, Bob Davis, Bruce Beckmann, Jim Brown, Ron Hill, Larry Stewart, Jack Delveaux, Tom Haller, Jim Franz, Rod Hanson, 

Joe Bellephant, Russ Martin 
Second row : Bob Allen, Gene Cherney, Mel Nuss, Kent Brennecke, Gerry Patrick, Bob Lanzotti, Dave Ash, Don Grothe, Gene Carr, Jim Di- 

Girolamo, Chuck Schrader, Bill Offenbecher 
Bottom row : Ray Nitschke, George Brokemond, Dick Nordmeyer, Paul Adams, Dick Perez, Captain Dale Smith, Bob Mitchell, L. T. Bonner, Ken 

Sutter, Dan Wile, Ron Nietupski, Bob Delaney 



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BASKETBALL 

Losing four three-year lettermen through gradua- 
tion, Coach Harry Combes faced a tough situation 
at the beginning of the 1957-58 basketball season. 
With such former Illini mainstays as Harv Schmidt, 
George BonSalle, Hiles Stout, and Bill Altenberger 
graduated, Coach Combes looked to his sophomores 
for help. 

The 1957 team had won 14 games and lost 8, al- 
though it finished seventh in the conference with a 
7-7 record. The team averaged 84.1 points a game, 
second highest scoring average in history, exceeded 
only by the 1956 team. Its record included victories 
over Butler, Dayton, and Notre Dame. A win over 
San Francisco ended a 61-game winning streak, the 
longest in collegiate basketball history. 

The record-breaking 1957 team was led in scoring 
by BonSalle and Schmidt. Although BonSalle did 
not compete in the last eight games due to scholastic 
ineligibility, he had the highest average per game, 
19.8. Schmidt was named most valuable player by 
his teammates and led the team in total points scored 
with 414. Seven all-time records were tied or broken 
by the 1957 team— most points, one game; most field 
goals, one game; most points, both teams one game; 
highest shooting percentage, one game; highest 
shooting percentage, one game both teams; and most 
free throws, one game ( tied twice ) . 




Roger Taylor 



244 




With junior Roger Taylor and senior Don Ohl re- 
turning at guard, along with captain John Paul, who 
was shifted from guard to forward, the 1958 Illini still 
needed a forward and center. Lacking a good "big 
man" for the center position appeared to be the 
Illini's most pressing problem. And the season's 
record proved this to be the case. 

Forced to rely on 6-3V2 sophomore Govoner Vaughn 
at center and 6-2V2 sophomore Mannie Jackson at the 
other forward, Combes fielded the fastest and small- 
est team in the Big Ten. This lack of size caused the 
Illini to be one of the most unpredictable teams in 
Illinois history. 

Ted Caiazza, 6-7 senior center, who was counted 
on for at least reserve duty at the pivot, reinjured 
his knee in pre-season practice and was not able to 
play basketball. His height would have helped the 
Illini considerably in the rebounding department. Re- 
serve forward Tom Haller was also lost later in the 
season when he signed a major league baseball con- 
tract. 

Injuries further handicapped the Illini. Paul and 
Taylor both had to be replaced as starters for a few 
crucial contests in the middle of the season. Paul 
wrenched his back against Miami, and Taylor suf- 
fered a shoulder separation at Wisconsin. 

Sophomore Al Gosnell took up some of the slack 
as the number one "fireman" in early games. Other 
sophomores who saw frequent action were 6-3V2 
forward Bruce Bunkenberg and 6-5 center Ed Perry. 




Lee Frandsen 



Bob Brown 




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Let's go, Illini! 





What a time to hold hands! 




John Paul 




Tom Haller 



While winning only five of fourteen games in 
the Big Ten for a share of seventh place, the Illini 
still managed to wind up with an 11-11 season rec- 
ord, thus making it the first time since 1938 that 
Illinois did not have a winning season. The team 
won six of eight games against non-conference 
opponents, losing only to Notre Dame and Iowa 
State while triumphing over such powers as De- 
Paul, Butler, and Rice. The 5-9 league record was 
Illinois' poorest since 1944, when Doug Mills' war- 
time team posted a 5-7 mark. 



Al Gosnell 



246 





The object of our affection 



The season held many high and low points for 
the Illini. A seemingly impossible 85-82 conquest 
of Rice, a team of giants who towered 6-10, 6-9, 
and 6-8 across the front line; a decisive 99-84 win 
over Purdue, which finished in second place; and 
a thrilling 102-98 overtime victory at the expense 
of a much taller Northwestern squad were high 
on the team's list of accomplishments. 

The season's lows, as expected, came against the 
Illini's taller foes. Northwestern's Joe Ruklich, 
Indiana's Archie Dees, Notre Dame's Tom Hawk- 
ins, and Michigan State's Johnny Green had field 
days against the shorter Illini. 



Larry Breyfogle 




Jim Flanigan 



Rebound for Roger 





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Top row 1 ; Howie Braun, assistant coach; John Paul, captain; Don Ohl, Larry Breyfogle, Jim Dorris, Mannie Jackson, Lee Frandsen, Govoner 

Vaughn, Roger Taylor, Gene Wineland, senior manager 
Bottom row : Coach Harry Combes, Lou Landt, Bruce Brunkenburg, Tom Adams, Al Gosnell, Tom Haller, Bob Schmidt, Ed Perry, John Homeier 



Probably the two biggest individual highlights 
of the season were the standout performances 
turned in by guards Don Ohl and Roger Taylor. 
This back-court combination gave the Illini prob- 
ably the top set of guards in the conference. Ohl 
contributed the most to the Illinois scoring attack, 
tallying 431 points for a 19.6 season average. Taylor 
won the Ralf Woods free throw trophy, sinking 
54 of 64 free throws in Big Ten play for a .843 
percentage. 

Ohl was among the top 40 scorers in the country, 
and Taylor's free throw percentage placed him 
among the nation's top ten. As a result of their 



stellar performances, Ohl was voted most valuable 
player, and Taylor was elected captain for the 
1958-59 team. 

Sophomore Govoner Vaughn performed well, 
playing against centers who were much taller and 
more experienced. The team's third starter from 
Edwardsville, Mannie Jackson, turned in a fine job 
at forward, although a bit erratic in his scoring. 
Captain John Paul, besides averaging 14.1 points 
a game at the other forward, helped supply the 
spark for the drive and fire which enabled the 
1958 Illini to live up to its fighting tradition. 



Govoner Vaughn 





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1958 BASKETBALL STANDINGS 

W L 

Indiana 10 4 

Michigan State 9 5 

Purdue 9 5 

Ohio State 8 6 

Northwestern 8 6 

Iowa 7 7 

Michigan 6 8 

ILLINOIS 5 9 

Minnesota 5 9 

Wisconsin 3 11 






Govoner Vaughn in action 



1958 SEASON BECOBD 
ILLINOIS 100, Marquette 90 
ILLINOIS 75, DePaul 70 
ILLINOIS 91, Butler 75 
ILLINOIS 64, Colorado 46 
ILLINOIS 85, Rice 82 
Iowa State 68, ILLINOIS 60 
ILLINOIS 93, Miami 75 
ILLINOIS 64, Wisconsin 49 
Iowa 70, ILLINOIS 68 
Indiana 89, ILLINOIS 82 
Wisconsin 71, ILLINOIS 70 
Notre Dame 81, ILLINOIS 67 
ILLINOIS 102, Northwestern 98 (OT) 
Ohio State 78, ILLINOIS 70 
Michigan 88, ILLINOIS 81 
ILLINOIS 99, Purdue 84 
Michigan State 69, ILLINOIS 56 
ILLINOIS 94, Minnesota 87 
Iowa 83, ILLINOIS 79 
ILLINOIS 88, Michigan 75 
Indiana 96, ILLINOIS 86 
Northwestern 88, ILLINOIS 72 




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Bruce Bunkenberg 




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Bob Dintelmann 



'Somebody give me a drink!" 



TRACK 

Illinois' indoor track team had some bright mo- 
ments in dual and triangular competition but sank to 
a tenth place finish in conference championships for 
the first time in Coach Leo Johnson's 20 years with 
the Illini. 

The Cindermen totaled the most points over Pur- 
due and Northwestern at the only home indoor meet 
but didn't prove so skillful against other Big Ten 
contenders. 

Even with the individual gains of Capt. Bob Dintel- 
mann, Karl Jonsson, Larry Stewart, Al Urbanckas, 
Bob Mitchell, Jerry Stanners, Frank Hedgcock, and 
Bon Maris, the Illini sank from fifth to tenth place 
in indoor competition. 



Stan Woods 



250 








"Get it while it's hot.' 



1957 BIG TEN INDOOR TRACK 
STANDINGS 

Indiana 37 x /2 

Ohio State 31% 

Michigan State 30% 

Michigan 27% 

Northwestern 24 

Iowa 20% 

Purdue 19% 

Wisconsin 14 

Minnesota 13 

ILLINOIS 11% 



Larry Stewart 




In the meet against the Michigan Wolverines, 
Dintelmann won the 880-yard run and the one- 
mile run for the third consecutive meet, but 
other Illinois blue ribbon winners were scarce. 
Stanners tied for top ranking in the pole vault, 
and Mitchell won the 65-yard low hurdles for 
the only other Illini victories at that meet. 

A new conference record was set by Illinois' 
champion high jumper, Urbanckas, who leaped 
to 6-8%. 

Few Illinois track teams in recent years have 
been plagued by as much uncertainty as the 
1957 squad. Much of the success that they did 
gain, however, can be accredited to a large 
group of talented newcomers such as Ernie 
Haisley and George Kerr, former Jamaican 
Olympic team members, John Lattimore, and 
Charles LeCron. 

The success of this group and possibly of re- 
turning squad members, Duane Forter and John 
Ravencroft, certainly helped determine Illinois' 
place in 1958 Big Ten indoor championships. 



Tom Luker 




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Bob Pel 



1957 BIG TEN 
OUTDOOR TRACK STANDINGS 

Indiana 54 

Ohio State 32 

Michigan 25 

ILLINOIS 19 

Purdue 16 

Michigan State 16 

Northwestern 15 

Iowa 15 

Minnesota 15 

Wisconsin 9 




Illinois placed fourth this year in outdoor track activities 
which is a surprisingly good gain over last year's seventh 
rating. Young Larry Stewart set a new varsity shot put 
mark in the N.C.A.A. championship meet with a toss of 
54 feet and 3% inches. This year Al Urbankas won another 
feather in his cap by setting a new conference high jump 
record of 6 feet 3% inches. Illinois had a fine season once 
again in track. 



Jerry Stanners 



Al Urbankas 



252 





Top row: Ed Fuller, Stan Woods, Hugh Jackson, Duane Foster, Bob McKown 

Second row : Bob Pellant, Al Urbanckas, Ted Caiazza, Larry Stewart, Larry Staff, John Ravencroft, Karl Jonsson 

Bottom roic ; Manager Robert Haymaker, Ron Maris, Tom Luker, Bob Dintelmann, Bob Mitchell, Ed DeLong, Frank Hedgcock, Coach Leo Johnson 



The Illinois cross-country team captured fourth 
place in National Collegiate Athletic Association 
finals, climaxing a very successful 1957 season. 
Second rating in the Big Ten championship was 
also claimed by the Illini harriers. 

Karl Jonsson, senior, was top performer for the 
cross-country team and finished 35th in N.C.A.A. 
Jonsson finished in first place three times during 
the season's dual meets and took second once. 

Also comprising the team were Frank Hedg- 
cock, Tom Luker, Bob Dintelmann, and Verlon 
Sheuring. 

Prospects for developing the 1958 Illinois track 



team into a chief Big Ten contender looked good 
if Coach Leo Johnson could keep his group of 
newcomers intact. Hopes were high for raising the 
1957 Big Ten Standing. 

The Illini should have the finest trio of high 
jumpers in the Big Ten if Al Urbanckas returned 
along with Ron Mitchell and Ernie Haisley. 

Bob Mitchell was expected to become a big 
point winner in dashes and low hurdles, as well as 
in broad jump, while sophomore Jim Bowers should 
have shown excellent possibilities in the two-mile 
and one-mile runs. 



Bob Mitchell 



Bob McKown 




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BASEBALL 





What now, ump? 



1957 was the best baseball season for the Illinois 
team since 1954. The Illini squad vaulted from last 
place in '54 to a very impressive second place finish 
at the end of the '57 season. Coach Eilbracht sparked 
the Illini to an overall 17 to 9 win-loss record for 
the season, including non-conference opponents. The 
season ended in success due to the high spirit of the 
team led by a fighting captain, Dave Williams. 



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Ray Thonn 



Dave Williams, Coach Eilbracht. 



Rolla McMullen 




254 





Dick Vorreyer 



1957 BIG TEN BASEBALL STANDINGS 

W L Pct. 

Northwestern 5 2 .714 

ILLINOIS 7 4 .636 

Iowa 7 4 .636 

Minnesota 6 5 .545 

Purdue 3 3 .500 

Michigan State 5 6 .455 

Ohio State 4 5 .444 

Wisconsin 3 7 .300 

Indiana 3 10 .231 




Dave Williams 



Vic Petreshene 



James Flynn 



John Kating 






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Top row : Rex Barry, Larry Warien, Vic Petreshene, Casey Barszez, Frank Schwartz, Ray Thonn, Jim Termette, Ron Richards, Don Siweck 
Second row: Paul Burgess, Bob Klaus, Don Lukaszewski, Tom Haller, John Bozich, Jim Flynn, Jim Frillman, Dick Vorreyer 

Bottom row: Robert Little, senior manager; Bob Shoptaw, Dave Williams, Rolla McMullen, Coach Lee Eilbracht, Billy Bolk, Wayne McGee, Bob 
Tedesco, Richard Pawlow 



Effective pitching gave Illinois the necessary 
drive to make the jump to second place. Only 
eight runs were given up in the last eight confer- 
ence games, four being unearned, for a combined 
earned run average of one-half runs per game. 
Eilbracht's "Big Three," Jim Flynn, Bob Tedesco, 
and Frank Schwartz, did most of the hurling dur- 
ing the eight game stretch. Schwartz paced the 
Mini's pitching staff with a solid six won and two 
lost record. 



Sophomores played an important role in the 
diamond-men's success. As many as six first year 
men were often in the starting line-up. Shortstop 
Bob Klaus, one of the fastest players on the team, 
strengthened the infield and slammed out a .394 
batting average, fourth in the Big Ten. Fast Bich 
Pawlow covered the territory in center well. 
Wayne Lanter backed the plate as a regular and 
showed good power and a good arm. Tom Haller 
at first base lettered in his third sport. 



Richard Pawlow 



Bob Klaus 



Tom Haller 







Out by a mile! 



Jim Frillman 



Illinois opened the season with an 8-2 victory 
over Valparaiso; then it went on a Southern road 
trip, winning seven games and losing two. In 
other competition outside the Big Ten, the Mini 
beat Wheaton and Illinois Wesleyan, but lost two 
games to the class "D" Decatur team and one to 
Illinois Normal. 

During overall conference play, Illinois belted 
out 46 runs to their opponents' 38. Jim Frillman, 
senior right fielder, proved an important figure in 
the hitting department with a .304 average in con- 
ference play. Frank Schwartz was the team's lead- 
ing fireman, finishing the season with an excellent 
6-2 record. Good all-around performances in the 
pitching, fielding, and hitting areas were mainly 
responsible for the team's fine showing. 




Frank Schwartz 



Don Lukaszewski 



Wayne Lanter 



Bob Shoptaw 





Andy Kostick 



Don Tonry 



1957 BIG TEN GYMNASTICS STANDINGS 

ILLINOIS 143V2 

Michigan lllVz 

Michigan State 68V2 

Iowa 68 

Ohio State 20% 

Indiana 16V2 

Minnesota 10V2 

Wisconsin 9 

Northwestern 



GYMNASTICS 

Almost out of habit, Coach Pond's Illini gym- 
nasts won the Big Ten title for the eighth con- 
secutive year. The University of Illinois team 
managed to obtain a total of 143V2 points against 
IIIV2 total number of points for Michigan. The 
team also remained undefeated in the dual meet 
competition. 

In addition to winning the Big Ten title again, 
the Illini, with a narrow margin, were defeated 
for the N.C.A.A. Championship. The team en- 
countered some trouble due to the fact that the 
all-around-star, Don Tonry, was unable to attend 
because of illness. In the A.A.U. meet, the Illini 
gymnasts finished second. 



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Top row : Abe Grossfeld. Allen Harvey, Robert Heil, Mike Walters, John Davis, Frank Hailand 

Bottom row: Coach Charles Pond, Andy Kostick, Ed Gombos, Mike Karon, James Blazek, Don Tonry, Assistant Coach Dick Zuber 



Abe Grossfeld, a sophomore, won the national 
collegiate horizontal bar championship. Besides 
winning a national championship, he is considered 
to be the most valuable member of the 1956-1957 
gymnastic team. Other Illinois gymnasts who have 
won national titles this season are John Davis for 
the side-horse and Frank Hailand for his tumbling. 

Mike Karon, 1957 captain, will pass his title on 
to Don Tonry, next year's captain-elect, who hails 
from Brooklyn, New York. The Illinois team will lose 
only two senior lettermen, Andy Kostick and Bob 
Heil. As usual, Coach Charlie Pond's men came out 
on top in all fields of endeavor. 




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Bob Norman 



WRESTLING 



Nine returning lettermen and a number of prom- 
ising sophomores gave Coach "Pat" Patterson's 
1956-57 squad depth and experience. The matmen 
ended the season with a six won, three lost, one 
tie record. 

The Ulini's big, quick heavyweight, Bob Nor- 
man, won both the N.C.A.A. and Big Ten Cham- 
pionships in his class. He became Illinois' first na- 



tional collegiate heavyweight champion. Sopho- 
more Werner Holzer compiled an outstanding 
record in his first year on the team. Entering the 
Big Ten Championships unbeaten, he wrestled 
his way to first place in the 147 -pound division. 
Letterman Dave Moore also proved to be a main- 
stay for the Illini, placing fourth in the N.C.A.A. 
finals. 



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Harold Brownstein 



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Steve Szabo 



Werner Holzer 



1957 BIG TEN WRESTLING STANDINGS 

Minnesota 55 

Michigan 54 

Iowa 39 

ILLINOIS 37 

Northwestern 28 

Indiana 18 

Michigan State 18 

Wisconsin 14 

Purdue 10 

Ohio State 8 




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Top row: Coach B. R. "Pat" Patterson, Harold Brownstein, Tom Gabbard, 
Don Pierre, Bill Muther, Dave Moore, Don Bay, senior manager. 

Bottom row: James Hull, Bill Gabbard, Bob Norman, Steve Szabo, captain; 
Werner Holzer 




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Top row : Coach Ralph Fletcher, Jack Voyda, Charles Correll, Dale J. Smith, James Slothower, Assistant Coach Art Wyatt 
Bottom row : George Niva, Tom Orsi, Ronald Cwiklinski 



GOLF 



1957 BIG TEN GOLF STANDINGS 

Wisconsin 1512 

Iowa 1520 

Michigan 1534 

Ohio State 1536 

Purdue 1545 

Minnesota 1558 

Michigan State 1564 

ILLINOIS 1575 

Northwestern 1600 

Indiana 1611 



Coach Ralph Fletcher's team slipped from sixth 
to eighth position in the Big Ten Conference, even 
though the team won eight of its eleven regular 
seasonal meets. The team was defeated by Pur- 
due twice and once by Wisconsin, the Conference 
champion. The Illini golfers ended the season 
with a total point number of 1575 while Wis- 
consin's, the lllini's roughest contenders, total 
number of points was 1512. Competition this 
year, as last year, was much improved over the 
previous year. 

Charles Correll played in the number one spot 
this season, compiling a dual meet record of seven 
wins and two losses. Correll was also the team's 
medalist in the Conference meet with a 304 for 
72 holes. The team will lose four of its lettermen: 
Charles Correll, Robert Pell, James Slothower, and 
Dale J. Smith. 



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TENNIS 



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The Illinois team compiled one of the best dual 
meet records in Illinois' history, winning fourteen 
and losing only two. The team has a record of 
winning all seven and losing two of the Big Ten 
meets. The Illini ended the season with a fourth 
standing as compared to the fifth standing Coach 
Braun's team held at the end of last season. The 
team was narrowly rooted out by the third place 
contender, Indiana. Michigan, the Big Ten Cham- 
pion, Northwestern, and Indiana were the only 
teams escaping defeat at the hands of the rapidly 
improving Illinois team. 

Junior Carl Noble and sophomore Al Holtman 
gave Illinois a potent one-two punch during the 
regular season. Jim VanTine, this year's captain, 
and Dick McDonald are the onlv two lettermen 



who will not be back next year. Carl Noble, who 
possesses an excellent record, will serve as next 
year's captain. 

1957 BIG TEN TENNIS STANDINGS 

Michigan 78 

Northwestern 44 

Indiana 30 

ILLINOIS 29y 2 

Iowa 28 x /2 

Michigan State 10V 2 

Ohio State 10 

Minnesota 9 

Wisconsin 8 

Purdue 



Top rote: Coach Howard J. Braun, James VanTine, George Bilmore, Carl Noble, Bob Bronson 
Bottom row: Al Holtman, Richard McDonald, Bob Breckenridge 




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Bob Hunt 



Nick Karpinchik 



SWIMMING 



1957 BIG TEN STANDINGS 

Michigan State 87 

Michigan 79 

Ohio State 71 

Indiana 56V2 

ILLINOIS 23 

Wisconsin 23 

Northwestern 21% 

Iowa 20 

Purdue 10 

Minnesota 



Coach Klingel's team compiled the Mini's best 
dual meet record in history with a 8-1 record, 
losing only to Ohio State. In the Big Ten Swim- 
ming Meet Dick Whittaker placed fourth in the 
1500 meter race and set a new Illinois record. Joe 
Hunsaker placed fifth and fourth in the NCAA 
100 and 200 yard breast stroke events. The Illini's 
most valuable swimmer, Nick Karpinchik, service 
returnee, placed fifth in the 100 yard free style. 

The 1958 team will be under the leadership of 
Bob Hunt, captain-elect. The prospects for next 
year's season look hopeful with nearly all the 
swimmers who placed in the conference meet re- 
turning. All, with the exception of Karpinchik, 
will be back next year. Jack Garland, Ned Loar, 
Nick Karpinchik, Bob Miller, Don Larson, Dave 
Sterrett were the Senior letter winners. 



Top row : Coach Al Klingel, Don Larson, Ned Loar, Captain Dave Sterrett, Nick Karpinchik, Ai Rubenstein, Assistant Coach Don Van 

Rossen 
Second row : Bob Hunt, Dick Whittaker, Jack Garland, Joe Hunsaker, Owen Ackerman, Bob Miller 
Bottom row : Dick Eberhardy, Tom Walker, Bill Forsythe, Dick Fletemeyer, John Fix 



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Tyler Hunt, captain 



Arthur Schankin 



FENCING 



Although the fencing team was not able to 
maintain last year's sensational record, it finished 
the season with a second place in the Big Ten and 
with a fifth in NCAA. 

Coach "Mac" Garrett has as mainstay of the 
team Arthur Schankin, who won 39 consecutive 
foil matches. Schankin, next year's captain, and 
this year's most valuable fencer, was named to the 
All-American team for the second time. 

The senior letter winners were Captain Tyler 
Hunt, Don Flicker, Gerald Haselhuhn, Paul Ka- 
dota. 



1957 BIG TEN STANDINGS 

Wisconsin 35 

ILLINOIS 27 

Ohio State 27 

Michigan State 23 

Iowa 17 

Indiana 6 



Top row : Tyler Hunt, Ronald Delismon, Gerald Haselhuhn, David Kennedy, James Williamson, Lee Sentman, Paul Zutz, Senior 

Manager 
Bottom row : Coach Garrett, Paul Kadota, Arthur Schankin, Herb Murowitz, Wayne Rothgeb, Martin Kramer, Donald Fricker 




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Charles Flynn, athletic publicity director 



Douglas Mills, director of athletics 



ADMINISTRATION 



Howard Braun, tennis 



Charles Pond, gijmnastics 



Ralph Fletcher, golf 



Allen Klingel, swimming 





Leo Johnson, track 



Lee Eilbracht, baseball 



Harry Combes, basketball 



Maxwell Garrett, fencing 



Buel Patterson, wrestling 





Raymond Eliot, football 



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"Go, Mini!* 



CHEERLEADERS 



The 1957-58 Illini cheering squad led students, 
faculty, alums, and fans in cheers of encourage- 
ment and victory chants for the football and 
basketball teams. 

After three days of practice and instruction, 
these cheerleaders were chosen by a Cheering 
Board during competitive tryouts. Each member 
was chosen for a term of one year. 

Dressed in new uniforms and headed by Larry 
Tompkins, the cheerleaders heightened the spirit 



among Illini rooters with enthusiastic pep rallies 
in back of the Union every Friday night before 
home football games. 

The Illini gridiron team battled its opponents 
amid the cheering and competitive yelling of both 
"Block I's." As the claim that "East is East, but 
West is Best" echoed through the stadium, east 
block members chanted defiant replies to their 
rooting rivals in west block. 



Top row: Deann Donovan. Richard Hoff, Ron Field, Charles Wirth, Karen Martin 

Bottom row: Virginia Honimel, Larry Tompkins, head cheerleader; Margaret Kriege, Jerry Brodie, Sally Duncombe 

Not in panel : Marty Kalnitz, Nancy Shappert 



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Senior Managers — Top roie: Dave Tillema 
Second row: Gene Wineland, Russ Youmans, Ken MeKee, Kent Sprague 
Bottom row: ISob Mohrman, Richard N. Dick, Gene Gudeman 
Mot pictured: Jim Mueller 



MANAGERS 



The Illini athletic managers spend many horns 
of hard work in performing the tasks necessary 
for the successful presentation of sports at the 
University. United in their loyalty to the coaches 
and teams, these men work behind the scenes in 
all sports. 

When their team leaves town, the senior man- 
agers for each sport are responsible for handling 
all financial affairs involved in the trips. As part 
of their many duties, these seniors pay all the 



bills, make all the reservations, and take care of 
all the other little things in order to make the 
trip as easy as possible on the players. They are 
also responsible for all reports that the Athletic 
Association requires each sport to turn in. 

Being in charge of the junior, sophomore, and 
freshman managers, each of the nine senior man- 
agers is assisted by two juniors and several under- 
classmen. 



Juniors Managers — Top row: Dick Ekin, Jim Neff, Dick Schaeffer, Jerry Dycus, Mike Berz 

Second row : Ron Wright, Al Tobias, Dave Holing, Gerry Carlson 

Bottom row: Kent Kelling. Jon Book 

Hot Pictured: Roger Maupin, Hugh Graham, Richard Koeller 



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Officers: Charles Sehrader, treasurer; Rodney Hanson, president; Frank Rob- 
inson, vice president 

Not in panel: Jack Voyda, secretary; Dick Whittaker, sergeant-at-arms ; "Pat" 
Patterson, faculty sponsor 



TRIBE OF ILLINI 



The Tribe of Illini is a social organization for all men on 
campus who have earned a varsity letter in intercollegiate 
athletics. An "I" man takes pride in being a member of the 
tribe because of the hard work and long hours which are in- 
volved to achieve this goal. This organization helps to foster 
good fellowship between the student body and varsity letter 
winners. New members are elected after awards are presented 
in each sport. The tribe strives to maintain the true fighting 
Illini spirit and practices the Illini Code of Sportsmanship in 
intercollegiate athletic competition. 



Top row: Ted Caiazza, John Paul, Dale Smith, Ron Peterson, Frank Swartz, Roger Taylor, Ron Nietupski, Owen Ackerman, Joe Hunsaker, Bill 

Forsythe, Tom Walker, Jim Williamson, Bill Gabbard, Tom Gabbard 
Third row: Ken McKee, Tom Haller, Dick Vorreyer, Werner Holzer, Bob Allen, Bill Offenbecher, Richard Dick, Bob Breckenridge, Bill Bolk, Jim 

Flynn, Casey Barszcz. Dave Tillema, Gene Wineland, Ron Kaiser 
Second row: Russ Youmans, Don Pierre, Vito Iovino, Bob McKown, Charles Sehrader, Ron Hanson, Frank Robinson, Ed Gombos, Ray Thonn, Ed 

DeLong, Tom Orsi, Don Lukaszewski, Ron Delismon, Ken Sutter, Bob Mohrman 
Bottom row: Kent Sprague, Wendell Hull, Ron Cwiklinski, Gene Gudeman, Al Harvey, John Davis, Frank Hailand, Dick Eberhardy, Bob Klaus, 

Bob Tedesco, Dick Pawlow, John Fix, Bob Norman, George Utz 




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Abe Woodson, outstanding trackman and football 
player, was named Illini Athlete of the Year by popular 
vote of students and faculty last spring. A January grad- 
uate, Woodson made his last contribution to the track 
squad in the spring of 1957. Then, he was outstanding 
as a 70-yard low hurdler. In football, Woodson excelled 
as a leading scorer, punter, ground gainer, and pass 
catcher. Woodson also played in the 1957 East-West 
Shrine game in San Francisco, scoring a touchdown as 
his East Squad lost 14 to 13. 



AWARD WINNERS 



Most Valuable Player of the 1957 Illini football 
team was end Rod Hanson of Harvey, a senior in 
the school of Phvsical Education. Hanson, who 
achieved three varsity letters, also participated 
in two post-season bowl games. He played for 
the North, coached by Ray Eliot and MSU's Duffy 
Daugherty, in the North-South game in Miami. 
In the Senior Rowl contest at Mobile, Alabama, 
his all-around defensive play and timely block of 
a South punt, led to a North victory. He received 
the game's most valuable player award. 




Abe Woodson, Athlete of the Year 




Rod Hanson, Most Valuable Player 



Bob Dintelmann, Conference Medal Winner 





Robert Dintelmann, senior in the College of Agricul- 
ture, was awarded the 1957 Illinois Conference Honor 
Medal for proficiency in scholarship and athletics. Dintel- 
mann was captain of the 1957 Illinois track team and 
won three letters in that sport. He was an outstanding 
competitor in the 880-yard run and in the one-mile run. 
He maintained a 3.91 scholastic average to complete his 
qualifications for the title of Illinois' top athlete-scholar. 



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INTRAMURAL SPORTS 



Among the students' favorite extra-curricular 
activities are those offered by the University of 
Illinois Department of Intramural and Recreational 
Sports. The IM program, including competition 
on both the group and individual basis, supple- 
ments academic work with stimulating physical 
workouts in the form of wholesome recreational 
activities. The department includes Intramural, 
Recreational, and Co-recreational programs, all 
sponsored by the Athletic Association. 



The IM department furnishes healthful and 
exciting competition among the rival fraternities 
and independents groups. Pre-season coaching 
and practice sessions are held before competition 
begins in the events. 

For those interested in sports for "Athletics" 
sake, the Recreational department provides many 
interesting activities with special tournaments and 
programs for graduatae students and staff mem- 
bers. 



Junior managers — Pete Evanson, Dan Kimmel 



Sophomore managers — Top row: Bud Rosbrook, John Ellsworth, Roy Etnyre 
Bottom row : Tom Anderson, Jim Flint, Dave Thomas 





What are you fighting about? 



Sports in which men and women can team up 
in competition are handled by the co-rec depart- 
ment. Among the co-rec sports are: volleyball, 
bowling, and softball. 

The IM Rec Board, with Allen Klingel as faculty 
supervisor, directs the Department of Intramural 
and Recreational Sports. The Board, composed of 
the supervisor, assistant supervisor, senior and 
junior managers, chairman of the officials associa- 
tion, and representatives of the Interfraternity 
Council, Men's Independent Association, and the 
participating Independent and Greek houses, sets 
up all of the program policies and acts as a pro- 
test board. 




Senior managers — Martin Maguet, Norman Margolin 



Rec Board — Top row : Norman Margolin, Ray Ander- 
son, Dan Kimmel, Pete Kvanson, Russ Olson 

Bottom row: Martin Maguet, A. B. Klingel, Earl 
Phillips 




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1957 INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONS 




Basketball 

Varsity Alpha Tau Omega 

Unknowns 

Pledge Kappa Sigma 

Rec Phi Sigma Kappa 

Softball 

12 inch Delta Chi 

Vet Club 

16 inch Sigma Nu 

Amvets 
Track 

Outdoor Kappa Sigma 

Indoor Kappa Sigma 

Tennis 

Singles . . Mesch, Phi Delta Theta 

Riley, Delta Upsilon 

Doubles .... Mesch and Bronson 

Phi Delta Theta 

Volleyball Phi Delta Theta 

Latvian Students 

Swimming Sigma Chi 

Bowling M.R.H. 

Golf Rowe, Alpha Delta Phi 



Horseshoes 

Singles. . . .Carpenter, Delta Phi 

Doubles . . . Lippman and Lipkin 

Phi Epsilon Pi 

Wrestling Alpha Tau Omega 

Table Tennis 
Singles 

Holtman, Phi Delta Theta 

Doubles .... Holtman and Noble 

Phi Delta Theta 

Handball 

Singles .... Laser, Tau Epsilon Pi 

Doubles . . . Brownfield and Novit 

Noble Hall 

Gymnastics Phi Gamma Delta 

Badminton 

Singles Chen, M.R.H. 

Doubles. .Chen and Tan, M.R.H. 

Water Polo Beta Theta Pi 

Football Delta Tau Delta 

Detergents 



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1957-58 First Semester Point Leaders 

Greek 

Phi Delta Theta 173.5 

Alpha Tau Omega 163 

Sigma Chi 133.5 

Delta Tau Delta 122 

Sigma Nu 119 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 104 

Phi Sigma Kappa 91 

Delta Upsilon 81 

Phi Gamma Delta 76 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 71 

Independent 

Detergents 55 

Evans Scholars 50 

Gloms 45 

Latvian Students 45 

Armory House 43 

Minawa 43 

Barton 3 and 4 35 

307 Club 35 

Ten-O-One 35 

Alpine Lodge 30 




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Officers — Top row: Sandra Giannoni, social chairman; Jan 
Morris, treasurer; Nancy Swain, second vice president 

Bottom row: Barbara Evans, recording secretary; Barbara 
Walker, first vice president; Carolyn Meadors, president; 
Nancy Taylor, corresponding secretary 



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Barbara Miller, Merle Anderson, Mary Linn Larson, Jane Pickering 
Not in panel : Patricia Speyerer, Nancy Cohernour 






Officers — Top row: Sara Joy, secretary ; Rosemary Olsen, rush 
chairman; Jean Draegert, social chairman 

Bottom row: Judith Romer, pledge trainer; Gabrielle Walters, 
president; Carmen Edmunson, treasurer; Donna Olin, 
vice president 




ALPHA XI DELTA 

715 West Michigan 69 Active Chapters 






Top row : Sara Joy, Elizabeth Oakwood, Helen Roupp, Mary Ann McDonald, Carole Williams, Marion Stuenkel, Janet Zacharias, Mary Claytor, 

Barbara Small, Marcia Payne, Gail Kusenda, Cynthia Crose, Mary Houle 
Third row : Doris "Vanis, Carmen Edmunson, Judith Romer, Carol Olin, Ann Sognefest, Carol Clauser, Carol Smith, Judith Meyer, Constance Spange- 

macher, Bernice Ferguson, Sara Balbach, Nancy Friedl, Jean Draegert, Sharon McNerney 
Second row: Donna Olin, Roberta Tewes, Carol Lohrengel, Rosemary Olsen, Mrs. Field, Gabrielle Walters, Nancy Anderson, Roberta Rhinesmith, 

Sondra Strong, Marion Ray 
Bottom row: Kathryn Deneen, Susan Stuck, Peggy Merideth, Frances Swartz, Janet Rogers, Joanne Prio, Susan Brands, Patricia Block 




284 



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Officer.? — Top row: Ann Funkhouser, vice president; Marilyn 
Ebel, president 

Bottom row: Sharon Zirbes, secretary; Dolores Hodges, rush- 
ing chairman; Nancy Jo Schrader, pledge trainer; Dorothy 
Dale, treasurer 




Top row: Stephanie Koelling, Ann Stanley, Barbara Patterson, Suzanne Jeffries, Carole Stackhouse, Virginia Davis, Diane Teter, Elizabeth Miehener, 

Pamela Piszek, Barbara Johnson, Jacqueline Heape, Carol Luczak, Shannon Mora, Beverly Krieg, Suzanne Haskins 
Third row : Elaine Coady, Alexis Michale, Marilyn Muir, Mildred Hepfer, Beverly Bowman, Audrey Ostrom, Janice Sauerman, Louise Middlemas, 

Carol Hay, Marilyn Williams, Judith Voyles, Judith Feaster, Lois Grant, Kay McLey, Lyn-i Fox, Aliceanne Hoff 
Second row : Dolores Hodges, Marjorie Felix, Nancy Jo Schrader, Dorothy Dale, Ann Funkhouser, Mrs. Ross, Marilyn Ebel, Barbara Berner, 

Deborah Blair, Sharon Zirbes, Nancy Tyner, Patricia Carroll, Patricia Lay 
Bottom row : Betty Glenn, Janet Fratia, Sharon Crowley, Judith Terp, Patricia Randolph, Virginia Baker, Sally Langhaar, Martha Solomon, Lesta 

Elliott, Gaye Prutsman, Sara Crew, Melissa Blanke 
Not in panel : Ann Gallagher 



285 






Officers — Top row: Barbara Luehring, marshal; Sylvia Wine- 
land, chaplain; Jane Faulkner, house manager 

Bottom row : Sara Vaughn, president; Mary Jane Beattie, 
vice president; Carole Brandt, social chairman; Susan 
Kahl, treasurer 





DELTA DELTA DELTA 

508 East Chalmers 102 Active Chapters 






Top row: Elsie Robison, Carol Robison, Nancy Wile, Alice Carlson. Suzanne Haines, Jo Ann Ivens, Constance Eckrnan, Roxana Kentish. Barbara 

Ropers, Sue Keagle, Mary Baker, Martha Graves, Marguerite McGrath, Carol Keller, Marguerite Buchanan, Nancy Schaudt, Susan Vaughn 
Third roic : Janet Walberg, Betty Brown, Karen Bergstrom, Catherine Miller, Rachel Leimbach, Darlene Baker, Marian Trilk, Barbara Bradburn, 

Sharon McGarvey, Victoria Feit, Ann Reeder. Clella Shrier, Karen Siegrist, Judith Mansager, Susan Gliessman, Susan Albrecht 
Second row: Alice Longo, Alice Weber, Gail Balthrope, Marilyn Skoblin, Sara Vaughn, Mrs. Harlow, Mary Beattie, Barbara Luehring, Dorothy 

Natho, Susan Kahl, Jane Faulkner, Carol Brandt 
Bottom row: Joan Ellacott, Karol Porter, Julia Feit, Sandra Sellers, Linda Morrell, Lynn Bell, Constance Peters. Joyce Bullock, Carole Luehring, 

Susan Lewis, Sharon Conant, Saundra Youmans 
Not in jinnel : Sylvia Wineland, Carol Bender, Virginia Blum 



286 






Officers — Left to right: Lenaye Gabel. secretary; Judith Rie- 
menschneider, president; Barbara Reardon, pledge trainer; 
Joy Cullen, rush chairman; Margaret McCarthy, treasurer; 
Janet Korngiebel, vice president 




DELTA GAMMA 

1207 West Nevada 85 Active Chapters 




Top row: Carla Kogan, Jane Johnston, Jean Davis, Judith Lenz, Jane McMahon, Margery Hamilton. Barbara Burdon, Carolyn Stucker, Ellen 

Powers, Susan Langston, Janet Johnston, Mae Mirto 
Third row: Susan Barnett, Mary Cooley, Sandra Sherman, Claudia Joslyn, Judith Reichle, Julia Williamson. Joyce Agress, Ann Ehrlich, ( harlene 

Hamann, Mary Jo Wharmby . 

Second row: Kav Reeves, Ann Mitchell, Carolyn Snader. Barbara Reardon, Margaret McCarthy, Mrs. Robinson, Judy Riemenschneider, -\an.\ 

Richburg, Janet Korngiebel, Hester Foster, Barbara Bein, Elizabeth Ludwig, Joy Culler 
Bottom row: Nancy Gardner. Josephine Lodato, Nancy Kirchcr. Janet l'.oyer, Mary Ann Dell'Aringa, Barbara Goeke, Kaye Eberhardt, Donna 

Moran, Christina Shaw, Carol Zamudio. Brenda Hamilton. Leslie Simmonds 
Not in panel: Susan Teegarden, Lenaye Gabel, Lynn Fairchild 



287 




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Officers — Left to right: Gail Ruttenberg, pledge mother; Mari- 
lyn Holtzman, president; Lisa Goldenberg. rush chairman; 
Elaine Bernstein, secretary ; Gail Newman, vice president; 
Marie Goldman, treasurer 




DELTA PHI EPSILON 

47 East Chalmers 24 Active Chapters 



Top row : Beverly Silverstein, Geraldine Guren, Merrily Handler, Joani Rifkin, Diana More, Dolores Sutcher, Joanne Fishlove, Joyce Carmel, 

Susan Polonsky, Judith Kanarish, Audrey Heuberger, Esther Singer 
Second row : Marilyn Rosen, Leigh Nathanson, Deanna Afriek, Lisa Goldenberg, Gail Ruttenberg, Marilyn Holtzman, Mrs. Davis, Gail Newman, 

Elaine Bernstein, Marie Goldman, Maxine Poslosky, Marcia Shapiro, Naomi Calisoff, Dee Ann Pepper 
Bottom row : Nancy Berman, Carolyn Moses, Carol Janofsky, Judy Eber, Sandra Weitz, Arlene Perlow, Barbara Hoffman, Aleza Bloom, Deborah 

Rotholtz, Maris Freed, Shirley Gerber, Carol Finne 
Not in panel: Barbara Hirsch, Reva Kriv, Judy Citterman, Barbara Winick, Sue Greenberg 




288 






Officers — Top row: Alma Riley, corresponding secretary; 
Tempie Tartt, treasurer; Elizabeth Swann, social chair- 
man 

Bottom row: Lovie Jackson, vice president; Freddie Mitchell, 
president 




DELTA SIGMA THETA 

905 West Oregon 241 Active Chapters 




289 



Top row: Beverly Blacksher, Mary Smith, Elaine Lawrence, Sonya Monroe, Mauvolyene Rollins, Irene Outlaw, Marva Hinton, Patricia Payne, 

Martha Johnson 
Second row: Elizabeth Swann, Tempie Tartt, Freddie Mitchell, Mrs. Terrell, Lovie Jackson, Alma Riley, Emma Pippins 
Bottom row : Shirley Alexander, Dolores Pollard, Barbara Norris, Gerthalene Hines, Barbara Boozer 
Not in panel : Joyce Maclin 






Officers — Top row: Nancy Swikle, pledge trainer: Marjorie 
Anderson, president; Kay Jones, rush chairman; Alice 
Zanetakos, social chairman 

linttom row: Jacqueline Orth, treasurer ; Harriette Rawson, 
standards chairman; Terry Butler, scholarship chairman 





DELTA ZETA 



710 West Ohio 122 Active Chapters 




Top row: Sandra Eppard. Vivian Brown, Sharon Reeves. Nancy Hannaman. Carolyn Peterson, Helen Cvengros, Mary Huntley. Audrienne Koziol, 

Ann Tice, Gayle Haglund. Phyllis Peterson 
Third row: Gloria Johnson, Penelope Heale, Barbara Seed, Darlene Zielke, Elynor Haller, June Hefter, Colette Hohnan, Patricia Tierlje. Marjorie 

Gallagher, Barbara Skalski, Carole Green, Ruth Townsend, Barbara Horton 
Second ran-: Jo Ann Bothwell, Joan Smith, Harriette Rawson, Alice Zanetakos, Terry Butler. Mrs. Distelhorst, Marjorie Anderson, Nancy Swikle. 

Kay Jones, Jacqueline Orth, Carol Gansz, Joan Chapin 
Bottom row: Genevieve Zeh, Frances Gemmili, Therese Perri, Patricia Wells. Carol Diez, Patricia Brewer, Leah Schrotberger, Judith Potts, Martha 

Gilkerson. Judith Denton 




290 






Officers — Top row: Barbara Farrell, recording secretary 
Dianne Doolen, president; Nancy Boldt, pledge trainer; 
Carlotta Hagen, social chairman 

Bottom row: Marylee Marbry, house manager; Jeanne John- 
ston, corresponding secretary; Luella Broaddus, treasurer 




GAMMA PHI BETA 

1110 West Nevada 65 Active Chapters 




Top row: Georgia Jackson, Nancy Wallace, Marilyn Jenner. Alice Johnson, Lindley Crouch, Mary Ann Pichon, Mildred Kaulfuss, Joan Anderson, 

Janet Rasmussen, Diana Kramp, Janet Pomerenke, Maria McCormick 
Third row: Cynthia Cunningham, Donna Treece, Joy McCollum, Dianne Baumann, Suzanne King. Nancy Boldt, Phyllis Neal. Nita King, Barbara 

Langley, Jeannine Rhine, Carol Sutor, Valerie Gerlach, MaryLou Bush, Anna Otiepka, Judy Litsinger, Sara Edgell, Lila Keleher 
Second row : Janice Swedberg, Peggy Nolan, Joel Jarvis, Marylee Marbry, Carlotta Hagen, Mrs. Hicks, Dianne Doolen, Carole Mitchell, Luella 

Broaddus, Nathalie Irwin, Jeanne Johnston, Helen Migely 
Bottom row: Toby Wiley, Lynn Morley, Marianna Brown, MaryAliee Ehrlicher, Susanne Oehler, Linda Mowrer, Joan Hottes, Doris Miller, Mary 

Dell Matchett, Doris Kaulfuss, Carol Mitchell, Margaret LaBarre, Karen Sjostrom 
Not in panel: Dorothy Brunkow, Carolin Connell, Barbara Farrell, Gerry Rader 



291 






Officers — Top row : Joyce Busch, house manager ; Susan Levine, 
treasurer ; Muriel Rosin, secretary 

Bottom row: Cerna Weiner, vice president; Rochelle Green- 
span, president 






IOTA ALPHA PI 



1002 South Lincoln 15 Active Chapters 



Top row : Roslyn Sheck, Gail Sandman, Gail Spero, Ellyn Lakin, Sharlene Pearlman, Barbara Gelman, Barbara Speigal, Barbara Kellner 

Third row : Janet Greenfield, Joy Shaykin, Reva Stone, Roberta Golden, Bette Freitag, Lorna Klorfine, Sheila Robinson, Deanna Mintz, Sheila 

Schwartz, Merle Berkovsky, Susan Nashban, Lois Schwartz 
Second row: Geraldine Field, Wilma Gillman, Joyce Busch, Susan Levine, Rochelle Greenspan, Mrs. Smith, Cerna Weiner, Muriel Rosin, Sondra 

Ripes, Marilyn Frankenstein 
Bottom row: Sheila Pianko, Sharla Waitzman, Nancy Spiegel, Judith Mesirow, Francyne Batt, Phyllis Dvore, Naomi Bitterman, Doris Siegal 




292 






Officers — Top row: Sandra Halliday, vice president; Gail 

Wonderlin, house manager 
Bottom row: Nancy Shappert, corresponding secretary; Sue 

Leichtman, treasurer ; Susan Moore, president; Pat Kent- 

ner, recording secretary 




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KAPPA ALPHA THETA 

611 East Daniel 91 Active Chapters 




Top row : Barbara Burnie, Marcia Kittilsen, Katherine Hirt, Mary Nankervis, Emily Gillespie, Patricia Harvey, Marilyn Morgan, Sandra Sunkel, 

Molly Moore, Elizabeth Sterrett, Elizabeth Eastman, Lynda Lambrecht, Sybil Peterson, Marilyn Mann, Virginia Hommel, Constance Leber, Janice 

Stenholm, Janet Chumbley, Patricia Gates 
Third row : Sally Quackenbush, Geraldine Johnson, Barbara Watkins, Sara Duncombe, Carol Smith, Mary Culp, Barbara Brown, Katherine Morf, 

Judy Langille, Marilyn McWard, Mary Ellen Drenckhahn, Susan Lee, Virginia Robson, Catherine Tiffin 
Second row : Marjorie Day, Gail Wonderlin, Annette Wylie, Sue Leichtman, Patricia Kentner, Susan Moore, Mrs. Fletcher, Sandra Halliday, 

Suzanne Hadler, Nancy Shappert, Emily Stipes, Yvonne Nyenhuis, Joan Van Der Vliet 
Bottom row: Ann Drenckhahn, Judith Johnson, Marcia Morgan, Dorothy Lewis, Julia Porter, Melinda Bresee, Alice Ingersoll, Sandra Sanders, Ada 

Jones, Margaret Phillips, Sandra Peterson, Susan Ball, Maribelle Bergstrom 



293 






Officers — Top row: Carol Heath, treasurer; Mary Reed, house 
manager ; Jeanne Brissenden, editor; Nancy Irwin, mem- 
bership chairman 

Bottom row: Barbara Gordon, vice president; Mary Morrison, 
president; Jane Bergeson, secretary 





KAPPA DELTA 

1204 South Lincoln 94 Active Chapters 






Top row : Judith Hively, Nancy Rockwood, Deirdre Linder, Sara Connelly, Barbara Viergutz, Carol Palmer, Lynd Wertheim, Marlene Lusk, Frances 
Wertheim, Emily Clival, Patricia Dominic, Maryann Masley, Doris Fugate, Betty Holpuch, Nancy Hurt, Nancy Irwin, Ann Orr 

Third row : Barbara Cash, Barbara Gordon, Sandra Potts, Susan Rettko, Mary Ann O'Neil, Janice Korfist, Deanna Yaeger, Elizabeth Garrett, 
Nancy Linn, Faith Cremieux, Virginia Riser, Nancy Steidner, Carol Heath, Charlotte Duckworth, Georgia Marshall 

Second row : Mary Reed, Marsha Lusk, Kay Kibler, Marlene Hirstein, Jane Bergeson, Mrs. Connell, Mary Morrison, Marguerite O'Neil, Mary Good- 
man, Doris Brissenden, Jane Manka, Caryl Harrington, Ann McFarland 

Bottom row: Carole Swift, Lois Henderson, Sara Pearman, Nancy Thorson, Marcia Crosby, Sandra Birk, Jo Ann Higgins, Judith Rakar, Doris 
Vandagrift, Carlotta Kaiser, Karen Barlage 

Not in panel : Patricia Nelson 




294 






Officers — Left to right: Janet Nichols, house chairman; Marilyn 
Narland, social chairman; Andrea Lombard, president; 
Marjorie Bean, vice president; Margaret Moots, pledge 
trainer; Jane Park, treasurer 










KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 



1102 South Lincoln 84 Active Chapters 



Top row: Karin Williams, Judith Clark, Jill Wallace, Marilyn Narland, Patricia Miller, Jane Park, Adlon Dohme, Mary Siebert, Beth Dohme, Llyn 

Forrest, Anne Pickett, Mary Shurtz, Margaret Moots, Judith Hansen, Barbara Angell, Joan Davis, Jane Burnett, Carol Walker 
Third row: Karen Kaufmann, Norma Colegrove, Judith Corley, Bonita Anderhub, Nancy Derrough, Annabel Vogt, Martha Murray, Laurel Baier, 

Barbara Conway, Betty Millan, Sarah Wrobke, Marta Carlson, Kathleen Duffey, Nancy Jones, Sally Smith, Lynne Nelson, Patricia Cunningham, 

Phoebe Kosfeld 
Second row: Martha Davison, Barbara Dixon, Ethelann Cole, Barbara Burr, Janet Nichols, Isabel Burgess, Marjorie Bean, Mrs. Aube, Andrea 

Lombard, Sharon Gray, Mary Adsit, Mario Lange, Helen Hughes, Sara Mitchener, Ruthann Reinhard 
Bottom row: Martha Forsyth, Judith Wright, Ann Kretschmer, Susan Willets, Mary Collins, Lisa Grable, Linda Pickett, Joan Seright, Sue Mitten- 

dorf, Nancy Veach, Lesley Bork, Joan Parkhill, Carol Clemmons 
Not i)i panel: Ann Overshiner, Joanne Williamson 



295 






Officers — Top row: Betty Durkee, rush chairman; Norma 
Christiansen, secretary ; Norma Schroeder, pledge director 

Bottom row: Donna Graham, vice president; Joyce Lutz, 
president; Judy Coleman, treasurer 





1010 South Third 76 Active Chapters 



Top row : Sandra Vernon, Diane Skidmore, Alice Helm, Carol Leonard, Jeanette Lohbauer, Savilla Anderson, Celia Reitz, Camilla Larsen, Margaret 

Molitor, Nancy Parker, Nancy Herman, Merrill Hahn 
Second row: Marsha Marsh, Judy Coleman, Norma Christiansen, Joyce Lutz, Mrs. Jackson, Donna Graham, Norma Schroeder, Betty Durkee, Joyce 

Winter 
Bottom row: Patty Beadles, Joanne Lutz, Corinne Tabor, Mary Lou Birk, Ann Dockendorf, Jeanine Sanquist, Mary Gannon, Mary Alice Shaughnessy 
Not in panel : Kay Taylor 







296 









fleers — Left to right: Adrienne Kaufman, scribe; Sondra 
Rosin, bursar; Sheila Weinberg, archon; Enid Kosbie, 
vice archon; Joyce Tunik, member at large 




PHI SIGMA SIGMA 

306 East Gregory 26 Active Chapters 




Top row: Lynne Tarrson, Katherine Benesch, Ellen Baum, Ann Rothman, Jill Greenspan, Florie Kogen 

Third row: Toby Bandalin, Lorraine Roitstein, Judith Weininger, Frances Meyerstein, D.mna Horwitz, Sonia Hershberg, Lucid Jsimerov, Judy 
Meister, Maxine Stavins 

Second row: Annette Roos, Rita Stone, Adrienne Kaufman, Joyce Tunik, Enid Kosbie, Mrs. Hermann, Sheila Weinberg, Sondra Rosin, Linda Free- 
man, Suzanne Goldstein, Lois Glick 

Bottom row: Judith Feldman, Dolores Fishman, Barbara Bass, Lassie Spira, Judith Moss, Judy Sider, Carole Newburger, Dora Morris, Sandra 
Wolf, Phyllis Burkons 

Not in panel : Marilyn Ecker, Gloria Krashen 



297 




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Officers — Top row: Judith Dawson, recording secretary; Sallie 
Gappa, pledge supervisor; Lois Lee Rucker, corresponding 
secretary; Patricia Claflin, treasurer 

Bottom row: Helen Nichols, rirr president; Sharon Dexter, 
president; Diana Flynn, rush chairman 





PI BETA PHI 



outh Wright 104 Active Chapters 



Top row. Kristina Wanberg, Jean Pigott, Jeanne Klier, Sharon Skoghind, Gretchen Misher, Mema Tucker. Sally Swanson, Nancy Wilson, Courtney 

Bead, Jacqueline Boehner, Joan Wineland, Deann Donovan, Margaret Kriege, Sharon Parker, Bonnie Dallman, Joanne Leonard, Mary Ann 

[Celling 
Third row: .Mary Long, Arline Bergqnist, Ann Howard. Patricia Long, Margaret Redgwick, Lois Lee Rucker, Diana Flynn, Patricia Claflin. Mary 

Forsyth, Irmgarde Dodegee. Sallie Cappa. Suzanne Althoff, Dixie Rodehaver, Jacqueline Sowers, Sandra Devvar. Marcia Glasgow 
Second row : Marjorie Howard, Judith Dawson, Verelle Murphy, Carol McAdoo, Sharon Dexter, Mrs. Wells, Helen Nichols, Shirley Moore. Karen 

Biddle. Lynn Toliin, Barbara DeVrv, Anne Alloway, Sylvia Lord 
llnttnm run : Susan Tazewell, Sarah Williamson, Juanita Neal, Dianne Oros, Viola Thompson, Elizabeth Roberts. Susan Boodin, Jo Mary Lee, 

Mary Biddle, Sandra Bonjean, Brenda Hayer, Ann Whiteley 
A'o( in panel: Merilyn Bever 




298 






Officers — Top row: Mary Ellen Kjellgren, vice president; 
June Brummel, president; Lois Kilberg, house manager 

Bottom row: Judie Karp, social chairman; Patricia 
Crummy, recording secretary; Virginia Tearjen, treas- 
urer 







PI KAPPA SIGMA 



305 East Green 34 Active Chapters 



Top row: Delores Riddle, Sandy Weiss, Paula Terry, Laurel Lohman, Jeanette Wilson, Marilyn Zoschke, Karolyn Worrester, Jane Hurst, Mary Foer- 

ner, Arlene Miller 
Second row: Barbara Kopecky. Marjorie Kilberg, Mary Ellen Kjellgren, Mrs. Sisk, June Brummel, Patricia ('rummy, Virginia Tearjen 
Bottom row: Kay Daly, Judie Karp, Linda Lusk, Carol Heim, Jacque Mullane, Judi Talbert, Karol Warren 
Not in panel: Su/.i Peters, Marcia Zipay, Alice Mahler 



299 






Officers — -Left to right : Nancie Masor, secretary ; Fylis Man- 
dell, scholarship chairman; Beverly Maslan, president; 
Carol Sagett, pledge trainer; Sally Klein, treasurer 




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SIGMA DELTA TAU 




1104 West Nevada 26 Active Chapters 



Top row: Sue Samors. Helane Ray-man, Barbara Livingston, Sydnei Pakula, Barbara Cassell, Susan Lavine, Ruth Marcus, Frances Sehoen, Myrna 

Schneider, Linda Spiegel, Charlotte Cohen 
Third row: Bonita Horwitz, Arlene Schoenburg, Arlene Samuel, Harriet Lang, Ida Bartelstein, Nancy Chatz, Jane Goodman, Marcia Rosen, Ellen 

Schwartz, Ellyn Bold 
Second raw: Joan Greenberg, Myrna Shure. Nancie Masor, Sally Klein, Fylis Mandell, Mrs. Mize, Beverly Maslan, Carol Sagett, Donna Goldberg 
Bottom row: Judith Miller, Berniee Schradsky, Judith Meltzer, Barbara Simon, Sharon Pucker, Coralie Hirsch, Marcia Pressman, Katherine Mare- 

mont, Judith Shulman, Charlene Sherman, Linda Schein 
Not in panel : Jill Garland, Lorna Green, Diane Levitt 






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300 






Officers — Top row: Marilyn Dangwillo, treasurer; Georgene 
Smith, corresponding secretary 

Bottom row: Ann Willis, recording secretary; Carol Ewing, 
standards chairman; Patricia Nicol, president; Barbara 
Williams, pledge adviser; Virginia Hathome, registrar 




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SIGMA KAPPA 



713 West Ohio 68 Active Chapters 




Top row: Martha Slayman. Dixie Chandler, Judith Rowley, Betty Hulka, Mary Jo Emig, Susan Pratt, Mary Schrader, Ardis Hill, Priscilla Thorpe, 

Marcia Hathome, Margaret Pentelow, Patricia Lowman, Barbara Hummer, Barbara Wilford, Sandra Rayburn 
Third row: Judith Hodges. Judith Frees, Patricia Dunn, Beatrice Matukas, Nelda Stacell, Patricia Hunter, Dourelle Kweder, Marlene Litwiller, 

Herta Zauke, Nancy Wightman, Patricia Bell, Marilyn Waters, Carol Johnson 
Second row: Virginia Hathome, Marilynn Dangwillo, Ann Willis, Barbara Williams, Mrs. Brockmeier, Patricia Nicol, Carol Ewing, Georgene Smith, 

Nada Rowand 
Bottom row : Joan Edmonds, Margaret Allen, Joanne Cartland, Lynn Skeen, Patricia O'Day, Peggy Anderson, Margaret Nelson, Donna Fitch, Vicki 

Soukup 



301 





Officers — Top row: Mary Babler, corresponding secretary; 

Janice Tullock, house manager; Lois Jacob, treasurer 
Bottom row: Patricia Sorensen, recording secretary; Louise 

Schultz, president; Dianne Kesser, vice president 





SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA 

212 East Chalmers 54 Active Chapters 




Top row: Patricia Marttila, Carol Swanson, Shirley Franklin, Eleanor Hiatt, Gail Brefeld, Kay Lash, Linda Brenneman, Ann Rankin, Barbara 
Cable, Janice Hawkins, Carolyn Younglove. Marilyn Stephenson 

Second row: Sara Mitchell, Mary Babler, Lois Jacob, Louise Schultz, Mrs. Decker, Dianne Kesser, Patricia Sorensen, Janice Tullock, Frances Wit- 
helm 

Bottom row : Barbara Williams, Claire Johnson, Marilyn Zeiter, Carol Di ck, Mary Bieschke, Linda Lynch, Karen Yeager 




302 




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Officers — Top n>i'-: Catherine Enright, secretary; Judith Wal- 
bright, pledge trainer; Judith Miller, president; Elizabeth 
Urain, alumnae vice president 

Bottom row: Charmaine Tourville, editor; Arlene McGrath, 
chaplain; Blaine Buciak, treasurer 



THETA UPSILON 

303 East John 31 Active Chapters 




303 



Top row: Patricia Dorgant, Sheila Conlon, Julia Gates, Karen Linden, Joan McDcarmid, Marylin Daly, Mary Kay Fitzgerald, Klaine Kropp, Lois 
Kenney, Kaye Taylor, Carolyn Cory, Hildegard Schroeder, Mary (lower 

Third row: Shirley Hill, Marytena Johnson, Karen Smith, NancyJane Darling. Elizabeth Fiedler, Susan Fitch, Patricia Kendall, Beverly Kimes, 
Judith Menke, Bonnie Morrison, Joanne Halm. Karen Branch, Sharon Thompson 

Second row: Joan Droy. Dorothy Carter, Arlene ilcGrath, Elaine Buciak, Charmaine Tourville, Judith Miller, Mrs. Raith. Judith Walbright, Cath- 
erine Enright, Elizabeth Uram, Diane Pettingell, Judith Randall, Shirley Ashion 

i limn roi. ■ Judith Lyman Lucia 'W nrslow Patricia Webt Diane Lovs Vii&inia Chandler Sylvia Hill Joyce Emsall 1 :<il Phuni.ter Salh 
Stiller, Judith Fribley 

Not in panel: Sally Hodson, Janet Kleeka 






Officers — Left to right : Sandra Yonikus, treasurer ; Jane 
Bittermann, vice president; Joyce Erickson, social chair- 
man; Janet McQueen, president; Linda Burkhart, secre- 
tary 



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PANHELLENIC 

TRANSFER 

DORMITORY 




ALNUT HALL 




1107 South Third 



Top row: Charmaine Hess, Barbara Burnie, Lynda Lambrecht, Paulette Kling, Sally Trinkle, Virginia Robson, Faith Cremieux, Sandra Brem- 
horst, Martha Barber. Gayle Anton, Rhoda Berke, Anastacia Sullivan, Laura Quinn, Jean Chumbley 

Second row : Marie Poston, Joyce Johnson, Marilyn Wilson, Doris Fugate, Sue Prillman, Carene Erwin, Elizabeth Lloyd, Georgia Marshall, Eliza- 
beth Wakefield, Katherine Parker, Janet McBain, Ruth Six, Connie Segur, Elizabeth Miller, Dorothy Lawrence 

Bottom row: Mary Robson, Lois Ryan, Sandra Yonikus, Linda Burkhart, Jane Bittermann, Mrs. Frodin, Janet McQueen, Joyce Erickson, Jane 
McGrew, Virginia Bates, Alice Longo 

Not in panel: Deane Cortwright, Sally Diamond, Charlotte Duckworth, Gloria Edleman, Sabra Goldfine, Roberta Goldstein, Sharon Greenberg, 
Linda Lingle, Nancy Linn, Helen Lubin, Ann Magrill, Lucy Neet, Mary Jane Pietsch, Joan Skogland, Karen Smith, Carole Taradash, Linda 
Zeligman 




304 






Officers — Top row : Nancy Staudinger, treasurer; Linda Ram- 
sey, standards chairman; Joan Johnson, rush chairman; 
Judith Dickinson, secretary; Jean Krause, guard 

Bottom row: Sonya Oyan, president; Barbara Buente, vice 
president 

Not in panel : Rita Borri, recorder 










ZETA TAU ALPHA 



808 West Vermont 101 Active Chapters 



Top row : Mary Blenker, Irene Turek, Janet Monier, Betty Condos, Diane Werner, Sandra Watson, Bette Lund, Doreve Aide 

Third row : Janet Sleasraan, Gretchen Rapp, Jeanette Smith, Ann Alcott, Marilyn Petersen, Joan Schuster, Dixie Minton, Nancy Sturies, Pat Pauly, 

Martha Skiles, Janita Ragsdale 
Second row : Jean Krause, Joan Johnson, Judith Dickinson, Sonya Oyan, Mrs. Long, Barbara Buente, Nancy Staudinger, Linda Ramsey, Rita Borri, 

Mary Dommers 
Bottom row : Helen Korenchan, Lynn Wright, Merle Kuyrkendall, Patricia Treutelaar, Sharon Aubrey, Marquita Herrington, Thara Boxdorfer, Joan 

Lundahl, Marilyn Miller 



305 






Officers — Top row: Anne Eastburn, secretary; Peggy Honn, 
second vice president; Mary Dueland, president; Yvonne 
Barta, first vice president 

Bottom row: Coralee Dennis, treasurer; Gloria Mikuta, social 
chairman; Jewell Winkler, social chairman 





Top row : Nancy Weaver, Frances McNeil, Isolina Gonzalez, Patricia Kulovitz, Marsha Burley, Carol Theodorow, Phyllis Marlow, Danna Ryan, Betty 

Shubert, Judith Hancock, Judith Lauber, Sara Bockwinkel 
Third row : June Wagner, Kay Bradshaw, Rosalie Schnoor, Betty Bradshaw, Nancy Warner, Marilyn Bolchert, Nancy Baggio, Alice Bauling, Mary 

Shelton, Maria Scoofakes, Daila Stanaitis, Nijole Jasenas, Barbara Drinnon 
Second row : Phyllis Howell, Kathryn Gronberg, Helen Nass, Phyllis Levin, Lois Minute, Miss Farrar, Pauline Schrott, Phyllis Pepper, Myrna Ten- 

enbaum, Milda Brencius, Sara Jane Tapp 
Bottom row : Dorothy Erickson, Doretta Boyd, Elizabeth Wasson, Jeanette Behner, Betty Foster, Suzanne Foissotte, Barbara Pierce, Menora Maslan, 

Sharon Madden, Bonnie Spries 
Not in panel : Ellen Schneider, Roberta Pearlman, Diane Stepien, Terry Cohn, Iris Turner, Regene Blazine, Laura Maguire, Elayne Scoofakes, 

Lorraine Cornick, Iris Siegel, Bernardine Wiczer, Barbara Katz, Thelma Fite, Mary Moss, Vivian McFadden, Judith Baird, Anne Ehret, Gloria 

Gold, Wilma Spainhour, Evelyn Stephan, Fredette Stiernberg. Donna Meador, Margaret Reilly, Barbara Philander, Barbara Sapp, Mary Ann 

Kaliterna, Geraldine Myers, Mary Rasmussen, Eleanor Sandler, Barbara Hall, Sharon Spaulding, Mary Helper, Shirley Hantack, Louise Flacks, 

Iris Jacobs 




306 





What? No studies? 



BUSEY HALL 



1111 West Nevada 



Top row : Linda Cordogian, Donna Fordon, Elizabeth Pelcher, Vita Cerskus, Nancy Weinstein, Judith Gimple, Mary Sue Drendel, Jane Cole, Marlene 
Mazer, Sylvia Schlueter, Marilyn Kating, Carol Crosby, Sally Osborne, Judith Zavodny, Adrienne Berger, Sandra Seegren, Mary Hennessy, 
Marion Klajnik, Barbara Mitacek, Carol Magee, Carol Fredrickson, Lee Miller, Joan Brown, Patty Lou Woodcock, Susan Hitz, Eleanor Benson, 
Jean -Moore, Carla Sommerfeld, Diana Sowinski, Ella Young, Dorothy Stark, Beverly Bruce 

Third row : Helen Klinn, Dorcas Baker, Joel Willis, Joann Katz, Ellen DeVroeg, Eleanore Liskunas, Irene Paulius, Judith Weitz, Patricia Hourigan, 
Marilyn Figura, Barbara Smith, Rosalynn Jenkins, Ida Boughner, Cynthia Kassm, Ruth Dechant, Kay Benedict, Carol Kolenda, Carolyn Carlson, 
Susan Jordan, Tenia Rimland, Barbara Gaul, Darlene Bock, Mary Stern, Beverly Beutel, Eleanor Varner, Carol Daniels, Janice Williams. Joanne 
Weaver, June Schiemer, Helen Weihl, Judith Strauss, Diane True 

Second row : Esther Boroff. Harriet Crane, Marjorie Wood, Donna Neely, Shirley Lindsay, Sara Nicely, Shirley Sanders, Evelyn Saam. Nancy Bru- 
baker, Virginia Vida, Suzanne Watkins, Lucy Andrew, Lorraine Truzynski, Susan Abbott, Marion Dahl, Frances Bamberg, Beatrice Klazmer, 
Frances Bryniarski, Pat Sholder, Regina Kohl, Shirley Kagan, Carmen Dominguez, Joanne Von Stoeser, Frances Krotz, Ellen Hoenicke 

Bottom row: Frances Calomeni, Lucile Lant, Judith Moreen. Karen Rover, Linda Van Leer, Diane Sandberg, Helen Nushart, Bonnie Brienza, 
Patricia Hutchings, Patricia Sheahen, Janet Schleper. Mar.iorie Sclimidt, Cynthia Lee, Donna Nelson, Vivian Fullmer, Vera Kozij, Barbara Bailey, 
Jean Ikeda, Carol Tomlinson, Patsy Patelski, Patricia Harris 



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Officers — Top row: Cynthia Thompson, treasurer; Phyllis 
McCormick, social chairman; Dorothy Hanning, social 
chairman 

Bottom row: Mary Dalby, secretary; Nancy Williams, presi- 
dent; Judy Morse, vice president 





EVANS HALL 



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Top row : Jenna Lambert, Marion Eggers, Sue Shapiro, Margaret Otto, Mina Maish. Donna Reed, Joan Smith, Mary Madden, Ann Aeree, Karen 

Dahltorp, Jane Humphrey, Cynthia Heinz, Beverly Konigsford, Mary Herman, Janice Lewis, Carolee Lander, Betty Deuss, Ruth Ann Kiddoo, 

Claudia Goldman 
Third row : Rochelle Ezer, Beverly Duncan, Candace Clifford, Rebecca Patchin, Hope Wilson, Sandra Gierke, Rose Marie Czekola. Sandra Greenleaf, 

Nancy Rorer, Rita Levey, Nancy Moeller, Deloris Maulding, Marguerite Verley, Mary Blewett, Judith Shipman, Helen C. K. Lin, Bee Leng Tan, 

Mary Huguet 
Second row : Prances Ige, Constance Bennett, Joan Braught, Dorothy Hanning, Barbara Druhan, Phyllis McCormick, Mary Dalby, Judith Morse, 

Nancy Williams, Cynthia Thompson, Elissa Greenfield, Barbara Beritch, Gloria Fenner, Elizabeth Edwards, Irene Outlaw 
Bottom row : Sharon O'Neill, Elizabeth Bouceil, Virginia Jankauskas, Patricia O'Loughlin, Lynn Racine, Norma Carter, Judith Lyon, Carol Wysup, 

Sally Cleary, Wendy Rigler, Iris Clark, Artha Loy, Mary Dennesaites 



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EVANS HALL 



1115 West Nevada 



Top row: Sharon Silver, Mary Fries, Nancy Mathis, Norma Schwartz, Nancy Hanks, Mary Rockstad, Linda Steiner, Lucille Hoffman, Elizabeth 

Lawler, Roberta Littell, Katherine Photopulos, Karen Gotts, Karen Rock, Jolyn Kagan, Suzanne Pranks, Donna Isted, Revonda Archer, Marilyn 

Higgs, Beverly Arent, Delores McCoy 
Third row : Frances Sears, Mari Klemola, Barbara Brooks, Beth Pearson, Barbara Raczkowska, Arlene Hornick, Dorothy Hanning, Norma Butler, 

Diane Fries, Kay Wolff, Joyce Gordon, Barbara Cunningham, Anita Hughes, Jane Cook, Martha Johnson 
Second row: Lorraine Baran, Karen Clark, Ann Stewart, Flojean King, Frances Bernhardt, Betty Wenz, graduate assistant; Mrs. Cotter, head 

resident; Laurellen Porter, graduate assistant; Roberta Beck, Joyce Hildenbrand, Marilyn Sherman, Jane Thompson, Ann Mathis, Eve Statland 
Bottom row : Sherree Gonsky, Vivian Kredenser, Jenifer Moberley, Myrna Siegel, janie Shless, Judie Paris, Carole Shein, Dorothy Allen, Judith 

Roudez, Loretta Alfonsi, Carol Clement 
Not in panel : Susan Galbraith 



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Officers — Top row: Winifred Ginsberg, treasurer; Merle Weiss, 

vice president 
Bottom row: Loretta Schatz, corresponding secretary; Bonita 

Moline, president; Rozanne Millman, social chairman; 

Marlene Silver, recording secretary; Sharon Frielich, 

freshman advisor 




Top row: Sandra Gould, Sandra Cohen, Rozanne Millman, Brenda Wolin, Sharon Adler, Barbara Tobor, Gail Lenhoff 

Third row : Esther Krooth, Ettabelle Slutsky, Debra Pickman, Sharon Frielich, Judith Doppelt, Jeryl Meyerson, Shirley Rosenberg, Ruth Medwe- 

dowsky 
Second row: Loretta Schatz, Bonita Moline, Miss Friedlander, Merle Weiss, Winifred Ginsberg, Marlene Silver 
Bottom row: Sari Brown, Judith Eisenstadt, Joan Kostinsky, Harriette Jacobson, Sheila Levy 
Not in panel : Frances Braverman 




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Officers — Left to right : Eleanor Janssen, house manager ; Mary 
Elson, secretary; Nina Sanders, vice president; Sallj 
Parkinson, president ; Mary Leigh, treasurer ; Georgia 
Allen, commissar 




4-H HOUSE 



202 East Green 




Top row : Mary Watson, Jane House, Mary Irwin, JoAnn Gish, Ruth Cunningham, Georgia Allen, Georgia Wemhaner, Carol Katcher, Carol Mc- 
Quillan, Barbara Duncan 

Third row: Sandra Sells, Sharon Hoffman, Peggy Mason, Kay Hepler, Carol Jean Reed, Mary Cunningham, Audrey Potts, Nancy Hurry, Coena 
Blair, Judith Fahnstrom, Alice Shoger, Jane Stutz 

Second row : Jean Rushton, Jean Kornegger, Eleanor Janssen, Nina Sanders, Mary Elson, Mrs. Stahly, Sally Parkinson, Patricia McCartney, 
Marjorie Hoerdt, Angie Putt, Mary Leigh, Susie Melton 

Bottom row : Carolyn Sumption, Karen Bossert, Rosemary Schuster, Carol Ufkes, Patricia Torok, Joan Lloyd, Mary O'Malley, Mary Plankenhorn, 
Glenna Blunier, Virginia Seiler 



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Officers — Top row: Judith Wright, freshman adviser; Barbara 

Bass, secretary 
Bottom roiv: Karen Shure, second vice president; Carol 

Steiner, president; Ruth Goldschmidt, first vice president; 

Marsha Balaban, social chairman; Eva Mandl, treasurer 




Top row : Barbara Wolf, Barbara Fox, Sandra Duberstein, Paula Basner, Sheila Davis, Shirlee Rich, Sandra Goiter 

Fourth row : Eileen Glaser, Frances Murray, Marion Banish, Carol Miller, Carol Miller, Moreen Alexander, Judith Gelman, Claire Kaplan 

Third row: Nanette Bogin, Cydnie Shapiro, Diane Stein, Beverly Finkelman, Diane Morgan, Barbara Rosen, Maureen Mark, Leah Meyer, Barbara 

Alexander, Carole Hirsch 
Second roxo ; Marsha Balaban, Barbara Gitler, Barbara Bass, Eva Mandl, Karen Shure, Carol Steiner, Mrs. Godfrey, Ruth Goldschmidt, Carol 

Letwin, Judy Wright, Sylvia Skar 
Bottom row: Helen Levin, Helene Myers, Judith Cohen, Rita Brookstone, Sima Heftel, Barbara Lazar, Frances Greenspan, Myra Woloshin, Judith 

Slonim, Judy Spero, Rhoda Rosenfeld 
Not in panel: Judy Tarnoff 




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Officers — Top row: Myrna D. Jacobson, freshman adviser; 

Carol Leaf, vice president; Suzanne Sklar, president; 

Joan Franklin, social chairman 
Bottom row: Geraldine Suskin, treasurer; Rayna Kaminsky, 

secretary; Roberta Kamen, house manager 




Top row : Iris Goodnick, Wende Feitler, Corinne Epstein, Judith Greenstein, Marlene Kempner, Ruth Solomon, Sandra Shapiro, Ruth Decker, Ger- 

Third row: Myrna D. Jacobson, Ruth Simon, Myrna A. Jacobson, Anita Kleifield, Sheila Agay, Feme Isaacs, Muriel Goldsmith, Roberta Kamen, 

Marilyn Berger 
Second row: Rayna Kaminskv, Suzanne Sklar, Mrs. McDowell, Carol Leaf, Joan Franklin 
Bottom row: Sandra Isaacs, Norine Berman, Nancy Singman, Velma Klein, Marcia Friedman 






Officers — Left to right: Janet Douglas, secretary; Suzanne 
Peterson, vice president; Miriam Roberts, president; 
Arlene Bedau, treasurer 




Top row: Karen Johnson, Donna Murino, Linda Miller, Georgia Doak, Ann Vanderpoorten, Laurel Trueman, Maribeth Lutz, Ina Owen 
Third row: Patricia Schultz, Kamlynn Keyes, Ruth Pitelka, Marilyn Jaros, Gail Seibert, Ann Brandenburg, Shirley Whitaker 
Second row: Bette Aimone, Marcia Pinfold, Janet Douglas, Suzanne Peterson, Mrs. Smith, Miriam Roberts, Arlene Bedau, Nancy Moore 
Bottom row : Peggy York, Doris Gould, Judith Baldwin, Corine Kozol, Alice Atwood, Jeanne Elder, Carol Tremaine, Judy Chidester 
Not in panel: Nancy Ault, Marilyn Ross 




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Officers — Left to right: Marilyn McCall, freshman adviser; 
Adrianne Nudelman, social chairman; Joyce Fink, vice 
president; Audrey Rivkin, president; Virginia Zachgo, 
treasurer; Yvonne Vish, secretary ; Joan Kraft, freshman 
adviser 







LINDEN HALL, ARBOR SUITES 



216 Gregory 



Top row: Roberta Sones, Shirley Smith, Margaret Livernash, Alison Sime, Donna Snyder, Carol Rose, Penelope Willens, Dixie Kelly, Nancy Bur- 
roughs, Sharron Vondracek, Renee Meckler, Judith Feutz, Phyllis Delveaux, Elaine Goldberg, Joan Johnsos, Lenore Stevens 

Third row: Linda Light, Kathryn Koy Judith Young, Joan Branch, Sheila Piatt, Marilyn McDermott, Karen Kuncl, Ruth Black, Gerda Link, Najla 
Bonahoom, Susan Ieler, Marilvn Wolf, Deane Leherissev, Judith Weeks, Mary Wehner, Patricia Kenna 

Second row: Doris Light, Joan Kraft, Adrianne Nudelman, Yvonne Vish, Mrs. Ross, Audrey Rivkin, Joyce Fink, Virginia Zachgo, Marilyn McCall, 
Barbara Fisher, Phyllis Treby, Carolyn Bakos . 

Bottom row : Shelley Kramen, Bonita Copeland, Charlene Mortell, Carol Crossett, Harriet Merlander, Eileen Goldman, Roberta Cook, Sidoma Deutsch, 
Dorothy Griffin, Tanya Cohen, Kathlene Gooch 



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Officers — Left to right: Ruth Campbell, secretary; Sarah 
Hofsas, vice president; Mary Beauchamp, corresponding 
secretary ; Carolyn Konneker, treasurer ; Marjorie Swan- 
son, social chairman; Mary Lewis, president 





McKINLEY HALL 



801 South Wright 



Top row : Janet Osterraeier, Lois Bunting, Martha Coombe, Carolyn Fleming, Emma Anderson, Barbara McFeeters, Gloria Hine, Joan Bolin, Virginia 
Bolin, Simone Drake 

Fifth row : Anita Gorr, Marjorie Swanson, Mary DeFrates, Judith Delp, Barbara Dellenback, Constance Bednarz, Patricia Montgomery, Marcia 
Bradley, Joy Spartin, Marie Anderson, Helen Hondros 

Fourth row : Joanne Spaide, Judith Kannmacker, Alice Atteberry, Linda Kannmacker, Naomi Wilson, Beverly Terry, Marilyn Strobel, Charlene 
Prosse, Glenda Landers, Barbara Lane, Kay Franklin, Janis Finley 

Third row : Rosamund Ashwill, Jean Kam, Gretchen Meinert, Patricia Wallace, Marilyn Ransley, Sue Fullerton, Nancy Jesperson, Jean Fishburn, 
Mary Arndt, Arthurline Grana, Mada Beauchamp, Dora Lee 

Second row : Sarah Robinson, Barbara Reace, Marjorie Swanson, Carolyn Konneker, Mary Lewis, Mrs. Stone, Sarah Hofsas, Ruth Campbell, Mary 
Beauchamp, Yoonhee Suk, Jayne Miller, Nancy McMillen, Karen Strack 

First row: Beverly Blacksher, Janet Turney, Elaine Behling, Andrea Raible, Alice Robinson, Mary Fahrnkopf, Bernice Shor, Marilyn Kleaver, Eliza- 
beth Shinn, Helen Chick, Lois Weber, Frances Quint, Sharon Smith, Rachel Day 




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Officers — Top row: Carol Walker, public relations; Nadine 

Janes, secretary ; Mary Moore, treasurer 
Bottom row: Beverly Erlandson, president; Helen Flewellyn, 

vice president 
Not in panel : Dolores Skowron, social chairman 










PALAMAR 



607 East Daniel 



Top row : Sharon Spriggs, Patricia McLaughlin, Margaret Baldwin, Sue Brown, Ruth Moats, Linda Knox, Theresan Healy, Claudette Burmester, 

Marjorie Young, Judith Willetts, Barbara Hunt, Anna Giuffre, Marian Kadlub, Carolyn McMicken, Judith Franzen 
Third row : Mary Smith, Marilyn Lubbers, Mariett McCall, Sharon Reaper, Jane Lewis, Claudia Lippert, Yvonne Griffin, Roberta Johnson, Rosemary 

Raake, Gloria Savitch, Sandra Thomas, Lila Martin, Barbara Keeler, Charlotte Rist, Norma Montavon, Gail Elwell 
Second row : Dorothy Stanley, Marilyn Brusati, Carolyn Swope, Pamela Shepherd, Dora Craig, Delores Skowron, Mary Moore, Mrs. Daniels, Beverly 

Erlandson, Anne Flewellyn, Kadine Janes, Carol Walker, Beverly Orsi, Carol Anderson, Sondra Frichtl 
Bottom row : Elizabeth Eastman, Lezlie Morgan, Marlene Koester, Marcia Mathy, Mary Glenney, Carol Wood, Patricia Szczepanik, Judith Orndorff, 

Ada Price, Donna Kearins, Merle Matson, Judith Olson, Evelyn Brown, Doris Sherer, Judith Buehler 
Not in panel : Ursula Dayenian, Phyllis Bleck 



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Officers — Left to right: Bonnie Tidd, vice president; Barbara 
Duncan, secretary ; Karen Lenvme, president; Sue Jeanne 
Bandy, social chairman; Elizabeth Austin, freshman ad- 
viser; Melva Gage, treasurer 





Top row : Terry] Lash, Nancy Shipp, Charlotte Harlin, Gwendolyn Hayes, Linda Hawkins, Patricia Armstrong, Margaret Morton, Sally Blacker, 

Carole Cousley, Barbara Bryan, Alwilda Sellers, Nancy Jo Williams 
Third row : Martha Johnson, Linda Hale, Wilma Schoenweiss, Judith Taylor, Eugenia Smith, Jane Lemme, Nancy Scott, Sylvia Smith, Judith 

Spatz, Nancy Cubbage, Patricia Goodmon, Barbara Duncan, Joyce Moody 
Second row : Barbara Bailey, Anna-Marie Holladay, Nancy Kuehn, Jean Sumrall, Mary Cooper, Bonnie Tidd, Mrs. Jordan, Karen Lemme, Julia 

Huber, Sue Bandy, Elizabeth Austin, Melva Gage, Barbara Stevens 
Bottom row: Suzanne Alton, Lucy Montgomery, Sondra Pearson, Eleda Klugman, Lois Eisner, Carolyn Curtis, Becca Hosford, Jean Bower, Maxine 

Ayres, MaryHelen Cravens, Jean Goodmon 




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Officers — Top row: Nancy Davis, vice president; Barbara 

Freckleton, president 
Bottom row: Nancy Lanier, treasurer; Janice Hermann, social 

chairman; Marlene Schopp, secretary 



SHERWOOD LODGE 



313 East John 



Top row: Janice Camp, Martha Williams, Jennie Holmes, Barbara Keough, Joan Wilson, Katherine Jackson, Barbara Johns, Thelma King, Mary 

Schaefer, Carolin Cross, Margaret Buchanan, Donna McCandlish, Louisa Semerdjian 
Third row: Sue Keidd, Carolyn Spees, Janet Beard, Barbara Cole, Patricia Cole, Bette Mudie, Grace Lemke, Margaret Petersen, Nancy Carlson, 

Anne Burnett, Patricia Peterson, Virginia Hollenbach, Peggy Stamer, Bethanyanne Pinnell, Carol Boren, Garland Borne, Lois Schauer, Judith 

Pietsch 
Second row : Donna Maddox, Elizabeth Agrimonti, Nancy Davis, Dorothy Baran, Janice Hermann, Marlene Schopp, Mrs. Dornoff, Barbara Freckel- 

ton, Arlene Fitzgerald, Nancy Lanier, Margery Rouleau, Stefania Steiner, Diane Hansen 
Bottom row: Sandra Nei, Margaret Kropp, Judith Reynolds, Jean Prachar, Frances Fuller, Lorraine Haubold, Bevra Bice, Suzanne Tevebaugh, 

Linda Weiss, Marie Tomasic, Earleen Barnes 
Not in panel : Suzanne Bergeron 



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Officers — Top row: Mardelle Krier, social chairman; Susan 
Hastings, treasurer; Janet Rutherford, chaplain; Joanne 
Miller, commissar 

Bottom row: Bernadine Gernon, vice president; Karen Kelly, 
president; Phyllis Younger, secretary 






STRATFORD HOUSE 






312 East Daniel 



Top row : Rae Turnbull, Sandra Spitzer, Nancy Marti, Donna Chiles, Wai Won Chin, Mary Pristash, Janice Roeth, Lena Chang, Mary Carter. Bar- 
bara Fitzgerald 

Second row : Janet Rutherford, Mardelle Krier, Bernadine Gernon, Phyllis Younger, Karen Kelly, Mrs. Minton, Anita Boughan, Susan Hastings, Jo- 
anne Miller 

Bottom rov>: Joyce Loofbourrow, Jeanne Bleuer, Marilyn McCloskey, Danielle Burton, Patricia Marx, Marylan Hubbard, Carol Seal 

Not in panel: Joan Tomkinson, Dimitra Tzannes 




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Officers — Top row: Amy Butler, first vice president; Priscilla 
Berganio, secretary ; Elaine Chang, second vice president 

Bottom row: Barbara Ingold, president; Carol Schmutzler, 
treasurer; Eleanor Master, social chairman 



WESCOGA 

909 West Illinois 30 Active Chapters 



Top row : Amy Yoshino, Elaine Holmes, Arlene Tuttle, Audrey Huck, Kayetta Sinks, Vernalie Moberg, Marcia Marks, Rebecca Pizante, Ruth Miller, 

Nadine Covert, Jane Anderson, Margaret Eyer, Elizabeth McHose 
Second row : Eleanor Masters, Carol Schmutzler, Elaine Chang, Mrs. Holton, Barbara Ingold, Amy Butler, Priscilla Berganio, Harriet Albin 
Bottom row: Beulah Randolph, Barbara Kumler, Mary Garlich, Jean Hughes, Lois Kroencke, Frances Andresen, Priscilla Crowe, Mary Campbell, 

Shirley Jones 







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leers — Left to right: Dorothy Huisinga, treasurer; Judith 
Hucko, social chairman; Alice Andrews, president; 
Pauline Quince, vice president; Janice Keren, committee 
coordinator; Ruth Hoogerwerf, secretary 





LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE, NORTH 




1005 South Lincoln 



Top row : Carol Vanhorn, Marcia Gerrib, Heddie Solomon, Susan Stover, Marie Kigenrauch, Audrey Smigay, Marilyn Yerkovich, Diane Ritter, Gail 

Hoy, Barbara Crandall, Jeadenia Nelson, Joanne Mitchell 
Sixth row: Louise Weisberg, Pauline Quinci, Grace Lasterie, Joanne Olofson, Irene Allmeyer, Barbara Johnston, Gloria Laner, Margaret Koen 
Fifth row: Myrna Mackey, Marietta Skyles, Cheryl Matthews, Jacqueline Morey, Muriel Karp, Deborah Kite, Mary Schnobrich, Arlene Brumlik, 

Nancy Feingold, Jeanette Howard, Elizabeth Sonnemann, Patricia Roth, Virginia Long 
Fourth row : June Rabito, Roseann Ginther, Patricia Balton, Lisbeth Steinhauer, Janice Hopper, Carole Wiehe, JoAnne Flynn, Anna Cooksey, 

Patricia Johnson, Kay Kirk, Barbara Peters, Una Gremmels, Merrellee Kirkland, Gail Smith, Jo Neely 
Third row : Miss Connell, Mrs. Grinnell, Margaret Jepson, Sylvia Fisher, Patricia Miller, Sara Samson, Fern Levy, Marjorie Robertson, Sharon Reese, 

Martha Rosenberger, Patricia Wallace, Judith Lichter, Renee Kaufman, Margaret Sodaro, Sue Ungerleider, Faith Roubik, Norma Hill, Eva 

Koudreau 
Second row: Louise Fortman, Dorothy Huisinga, Katherine Niemeyer, Phyllis Voy, Karen Lambert, Susanne Allen, Eleanor Cypress, Bonnie Mc- 

Manus, Miriam Pcmburn, Frances Luther 
Bottom row : Rosetta Solomon. Carol Heller, Julia Ebinger, Marlene Washington, Linda Fenstad, Nancy Love, Elaine Kramer, Beatrice Millner, 

Helen Jacobs, Louise Middleton 




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Officers — Top row: Susan Terrill, treasurer; Diane Nasiatka, 
social chairman; Elaine Rosen, secretary 

Bottom row: Charlotte Smith, committee coordinator; Kath- 
erine Goldberg, president; Marijo Ellingboe, social chair- 
man 




LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE, SOUTH 



1005 South Lincoln 




Top row: Janice Scribano, Donna Toika, Sue Sanders, Marilyn Schaus, Alice Sklenicka, Barbara Barthel, Nancy Sychowski, Joan Kotfila, Delores 

Powder, Eileen Steffen, Carol Zuckerberg, Judith Neal, Rebecca Burkett, Petina Allen, Judith Rotter, Barbara Polan, Margaret Keranen, 

Kathryn Hoppel 
fifth row : Zona Kraft, Rita Kraft, Patricia Geary, Sally Brenner, Patricia Link, Joan Slavin, Barbara Fleeger, Susan Locke, Marjorie Schwartz, 

Rosalie Krulan, Norma Haerr, Dalia Tallatkelpsa, Aldona Mogenis 
Fourth row: Judith Schmidt, Eleanor Gore, Deanna Davis, Martha Hoerdt, Rosalind Cooper, Pauline Giglio, Darlene Giuffre, Mary Ryan, Sally 

Miller, Barbara Bcckwith, Louise Lock-wood, Patricia Hudson, Susan Shilgalis, Mary Boerger 
Third row : Barbara Goloff, Sharon Fink, Roslyn Pinsky, Bethany Hage, Ruth Joiner, Marilyn Berkowitz, Margaret McCloskey, Diana Landsman, 

Marian Lance, Roberta Schwartz, Marilyn Markus, Joanne Mathers, Alice Wenstrom, Mary Darst, Janet Warner 
Second row : Sandra Grassi, Barbara Kramer, Jane Banasik, Diane Stebbins, Theresa Leonard, Grace Papendick, Carol Rovin, Joanne Schneider, 

Barbara Hefter, Doreen Sandau, Marlene Peterson, Sophie Sarlas, Rita Wood, Anita Affolter, Masayo Nishimura 
Bottom row : Elaine Rosen, Judith Hage, Marilyn Markbreit, Claire Diamond, Audrey Sacco, Dale Slavin, Sandra Karpin, Elizabeth Sanders, Bette 

Simon, Anita Klitzky, Asuncion Alicea 



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Top row: Jeanette Thier, Karen Fredriksen, Joan Ernst, Harriette Ellman, Jeanette Gulick, Constance Swenson, Lucille Olrastead, Sandra 

Yazarian, Zoe King, Helen Reed, Bonnie Comess, Patricia Rollins 
Fifth row: Sue Rowley, Gwendolyn Collins, Marsha Finkelman, Mary Pilch, Clara Redin, Elizabeth Hamilton, Ruth Halligan, Gail Beavers, Janice 

DeWall, Jean Wedberg, Patricia Wise, Hilah Sanders, Sharon Stinson, Florence Thompson 
Fourth row: Sue Edrington, Carol Kokensparger, Judy Knudson, Dale Faren, Karol Kane, Francyne Leontios, Sandra Slutzkin, Beverly Addis, 

Natalie Fefferman, Shirley Alfano, Sara Wold, Doris Lebens, Judith Hucko, Jeanne Rackauskas, Linnea Swanson 
Third row : Alice Andrews, Barbara Willman, Lois Doniger, Barbara Jartstein, Launa Cramer, Jeanine Greene, Judith Slotnikoff, Diane Allswang, 

Catherine Trojanus, Millicent Bissi, Ruth Hoogerwerf, Joan Kerr, Betty Hoffman, Ann Whitaker, Karen Person, Geraldine Komosa, Felicia 

Baran, Lynn Roth 
Second row ; Eleanor Carls, Barbara Uniek, Gloria Schlake, Doris Carlberg, Alice Alderson, Michelle Trop, Barbara Norton, Barbara Boudreau, 

Barbara Citti, Carla Sonshine, Marcia Brustin, Marjorie Shagan, Wilrna Liss, Renee Berof, Stephanie Sibley, Mary Doyle, Judith Greenwald, 

Georgian Yang, Linda Werkman 
First row: Marilyn Smith, Diane Schwartz, Janice Keren, Iona Pelzman, Carole Kosvick, Janice Zwoll, Sondra Gold, Judith Greenfield, Carol 

Packer, Geraldine Niva, Diane Johnson, Joan Makoutz 

LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE, NORTH 

1005 South Lincoln 



LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE, SOUTH 

1005 South Lincoln 

Top row : Mrs. Wells, Sandra Reynolds, Carol Pierson, Judith Lewandowski, Adrienne Englehart, Karen VanCIeave, Miss Thackray, Carline 

Schwegler, Marguerite Frank, Sandra Sumners, Heidi Sauter, Beverly Pruitt, Judith Johnson, Janet Smith, Mary Schiemer, Florence Rauworth, 

Elaine Pappas, Sandra Bullock 
Fifth row : Vicci Young, Lenore Glanz, Patricia Tribett, Shirley Courtois, Myra Loring, Benita Greenberg, Charlene Robin, JoAnne Spinello, Ellen 

Kneafsey, Beverly Brown, Lucretia Gayden, Patricia Hogeveen, Betty Christensen, Patricia Cavin, Marijo Ellingboe, Diane Nasiatka, Sharon 

Bancroft 
Fourth row : Katherine Goldberg, Joan Raschke, Adrienne Stulz, Judith Novak, Darlene Berger, Carolyn Ryan, Alice Grundwag, Jane Corman, Judith 

Berlinsky, Patricia Payne, Yvonne Edwards, Rosemary Kowalesik, Deanna Foreman, Marilyn Simpson, Elizabeth Oda, Annette Barshefsky, Joan 

Burdick, Lois Gollay 
Third row : Linda Ayers, Frances Edelman, Susan Budinger, Susan Peerce, Elaine Chinsky, Carol Goldsmith, Carol Loftus, Lillian Kapustka, 

Dorothy Cuson, Sandra Buckley, Daphne Ham, Bette Henlein, Sandra Mamatt, Maria Laracuente, Susan Terrill, Anita Alter, Cecile Poe, Celia 

Abrams 
Second row : Edna Elterich, Janet Little, Rosemary Schnipke, Donna Weisinger, Marjorie Kerchenfaut, Ruth Thomason, Barbara Hanley, Charlotte 

Smith, Patricia Hambright, Marcia Hediger 
Bottom row: Louisa Gwinner, Maxine Mack, Kathleen Gorman, Marjorie Haines, Carolyn Shipley, Lucene Hardin, Leatrice Russell, Alicia Laible, 

Thelma Sterling, Gabriele Lachmann, Loretta Glaser, Maxine Kessie, Phyllis Appell, Joyce Maclin 




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Officers — -Left to right: Joyce Snyder, president; Hope Clark, 
secretary ; Joan D'lmperio, committee coordinator ; Mar- 
guerite Davis, vice president; Brindall Berest, social chair- 
man 

Not in panel : Dorlene Sample, treasurer 



ALLEN RESIDENCE 



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Top row : Sharon Franzin, Gerri Rio, Roslyn Lieber, Shirley Ward, Maureen Charles, Judy Cermak, Janet Haning, Joanna Gaines, Myrna Simon, 

Shirley Moore, Grainne Griffin, Bernadine Bernhardt, Sharon Feldman 
Fourth row: Judith Kaplan, Diane Wishnick, Leah Stolman, Lois Giese, Mary Row, Jane Buland, Mary Geissman, Barbara Birks, Lynne Matthies, 

Diane Wehrmeister, Mary Millea, Helen Milecki, Mary Campbell, Nancy Stevens 
Third row : Mary Ross, Sylvia Schwartz, Dorlene Sample, Nancy Jevert, Lynn Harazin, Mildred Hyman, Phyllis Piotrowski, Barbara Milesko, 

Duane Knafl, Elaine Marcus, Symma Kitover, Pearl Elovitz, Barbara Gray, Helene Fisher, Hermine Naktin, Rachel Bilow, Constance Alexander, 

Mary Gardinier, Margaret Walther 
Second row: Margo Helton, Myrtelina Radriguez, Yvonne Burnjas, Barbara Busch, Renee Stein, Andrea Kastel, Carol Heft, Jane Dugdale, Barbara 

Schubert, Delores Toler, Estelle Kuklin, Sheila Lechin, June Drzik, Margery Hoener, Jacqueline Finley, Lynne Alderman, Aviva Katz, Sandra 

Drury, Harriett Frank, Ann McDonald, Marilyn Tris 
Bottom row : Beatrice Bien, Patricia McCormick, Carole Minkus, Susan Friedman, Gail Ackerman, Marsha Marovich, Lois Rose, Sharon Goldman, 

Joyc9 Siegel, Barbara HIetko, Sylvia Washtien, Flora Estes, Andrea Friedman, Hope Clark, Carole Goldblatt, Donna Gordon, Phyllis Kaplon, 

Sandra Rakowsky, Marsha Lesser, Iris Groner, Grace Chechyk 



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Top row: Joan D'Imperio, Donna Nowack, Charlene Gabbert, Marilyn Day, Margie Cunningham, Helen Fligelman, Donna Zverow, Kay Goldsmith 

Fifth run ■• .- Susan Barnett, Maurine Caddy, Sharron Gibbons, Elizabeth Evan, Barbara Chivinksy, Karen Schloemer, Judith Franzen, Nancy Ragnar, 
Ellen Pinchick, Lauris Goff, Judith Goldstein, Carol Flamm, Sara Ulrieh, Barbara Albright, Marilyn Mauney, Elinor Pletka, Ann Swanson 

Fourth row: Charmaine Williams, Nina Noubar, Elda Dribin, Sheila Spitzner, Sandra Romano, Barbara Reuter, Constance Nation, Doris Halperin, 
Judith Osborn, Irene Pinkerton, Janice Gangwer, Sandra Curtis, Vivian Garren, Sandy Schuster, Brindall Berest, Diane Horwitz 

Third row: Marva Lee, Virginia Zolla, Mary Harmon, Jane Jefferson, Judith Wren, Gloria Mashkes, Claudia Arnold, Joan Baer, Sharon Doppelt, 
Lorna Armstrong, Claudette Pochel, Marguerite Davis, Judith Spitzner, Barbara Pullman, Theresa Kizlauskas, Jura Gelazius, Marija Stake, 
Judith Schwartz, Marcia Hoffman, Patricia Karas, Sharon Sanders, Marilyn Miletich 

Second row : Grace Williams, Joan Topor, Georgia Rose, Cynthia Peterson, Jean Hunt, Carolyn Darch, Elaine Schindel, Maureen Wolf, Dian 
Krueger, Marlene Barliant, Judith Kahle, Brenda Bilinsky, Phyllis Rutberg, Adrienne Asher, Aldona Avizienis, Alberta DiGiovanni, Carol Peter- 
son, Sally Zaehay, Abby Dubrow, Frances Ebisu, Sharon Prasuhn 

Bottom, row : Diane Loomis, Loralei Shapiro, Dorothy Lehrer, Joyce Goodman, Gay Margolin, Judith Zeid, Sandra Goodman, Vesta Alford, Helen 
Hikido, Edith Wolper, Gail Gordon, Marilyn Leff, Francine Shapiro, Myrna Shellist, Miss Jean Hill, head resident; Joyce Snyder, Barbara Logan, 
Sally Gelstein, Nancy Lykins, Edythe Gerstein, Nancy Kim, Angeles Artugue, Marcia Debs, Sandra Zimmerman 



ALLEN RESIDENCE 



1005 West Gregory 



New Lounge . . 



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Top row: Phoebe Burt, Louise Volkstorf, Margaret Paffrath, Gloria Rajewski 
Third row: Nadine Everett, Muriel Garvin, Carol Brown 

Second row: Vivian Bass, Susanne Campbell, Bonnie Adams, Gertrude Buchta 
Bottom row: Patricia Albee, social chairman; Julia Fedderson, vice president; 
Linda Mooberry, freshman adviser 



Dorothea Cloos, president; Ann Redington, secretary-treasurer ; 



ALPHA HOUSE 



1207 West Springfield 



BETA HOUSE 



901 South Lincoln 



Top row: Phyllis Colyer, Judith Gabel, Carolyn Tullis, Hildegard Ulbrich, Maureen McKernan, Donna Locke, Mary Kyalla 
Second row: Edith Peschang, Jean Knol, MaryLou Parrish, Shirley Meyer, Marilynn Brown, Doris Knoche, Hazel Gholson, Margaret Hyden 
Bottom row: Wilma Hollenback, scholarship chairman; Susan Rypstat, freshman adviser; Frances Handrock, vice president; Carole Dolesh, presi- 
dent; Evelyn Rupprecht, social chairman; Eleanor Shook, secretary-treasurer; Joan Knol, activities chairman 




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Top row: Adrienne Zahler, Judith Stewart, Sara Richards, Carol Cridlebaugh, Donna Searing, Norma Foster, Rosalyn Wolfe, Laura Lee Wheeler, 

Shirley Stimpert, Carolyn Anderson, Meredith Dykstra, Gretchen Zeigler, Leota Bastien, Valerie Sansone, Astrida Kalnmalis 
Third row : Delores Wallace, Patricia Cornell, Ruth Keil, Donna Kaiserm an, Valerie Neville, Carole Dunham, Shirley Dean, Jayne Luba, Carolyn 

Tillema, Susan Zink, Carol Edwards, Ann Hampel, Jacquelyn Malman, Roberta Linsky, Nanci Powers 
Second row : Mary Russell, Shirley Gardner, Sharon Koehnke, Nancy Th ompson, Judy Ahern, Kathy Hameder, Drusilla Simms, Almyra Havenhill, 

head resident; Patricia Giller, president; Grace Habben, vice preside nt; Barbara Morrison, secretary; Mary Mecke, treasurer; Sally Sohner, 

Nancy Reynolds, Ada Ross, Jean McConochie 
Bottom row: Harriet Chase, Martha Bueher, Phyllis Horwitz, Nathalia Payne, Sharon Silberman, Penny Bernstein, Elaine Krinsley, Judith Mitchell, 

Judith Braun, Janice Tencate, Nancy Minnis, Beverly Hudgens, Barbara Kozub 
Not in panel : Lillian Fitzwater 

CEDAR HALL, ARBOR SUITES 

112 South Arbor 



MAPLE HALL, ARBOR SUITES 

1113 South Third 



Top row: Bonnie Brauer, Doris Lum, Arleen LaMaskin, Judith Prince, Iris Poliski, Geraldine Schuldiner, Dee Hockenberry, Marjorie Tostberg, 
Gail Golan, Janet Britt, Judith Cotter, Elizabeth Becker 

Third row: Amy Ishibashi, Doris Katzman, Gilda Eisenberg, Priscilla Mohr, Joyce Schaefer, Irma Cefalo, Miriam Herda, Judith Bleiweiss, Lois 
Waters, Mary Morrison 

Second row: Donna Schultz, Sandra Clarke, Carol Cox, social chairman; Eileen McWilliams, freshman adviser; Marlyn Leverance, freshman ad- 
viser; Miss Farris, head resident; Bonadine Parkinson, president; Nancy Pilot, vice president; Marlene Mendelsohn, Patricia Kordek, Patricia 
Shugar 

Bottom row : ZoAnne Lum, Sally Lehman, Barbara Wild, Dorothy Donda nville, Jean McCabe, Ellen Zimbler, Idelle Leitner, Rose Mecke 

Not in panel: Elizabeth Bates, Gwendolyn Morrow, secretary; Katherine Bliss, Elizabeth Butterfield, Clementine DeRosa, Ruth Hadler, treasurer; 
Anna Hallbeck, Elaine Jesmer, Sharon Keyes, Carole Kutz, Ann Lindemann, Janet Mackin, Judith Mathewson, Brandyn Pastor, Toni Pfeffer, 
Donna Rott, Terese Stack, Barbara Vesely 



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Top row: Mary Alden, Barbara Zaremski, Irys Kogen, Lee Brownson, Judith Capstaff, Judith Anderson, Joyce Blundell, Judy Kavka, Patricia Sku- 

bisz, Janet Toenjes, Sally Davis, Arlene Stemler 
Third row : Beryl Smith, Sandra Dellheim, Shirley Kroencke, Marion Wognum, Nancy Dixon, Nancy Schuetter, Margaret Delaney, Phyllis Dannells, 

Kaaren Hiscox, Janice Eichhorn, Ednann Early, Barbara Bateman, Lynn Rader, Phyllis Fox 
Second row: Mary Ann Hasse, Kathryn Newman, Marsha Kain, Francine Berliner, Anita Gegel, vice president; Rhea Davis, president; Mrs. Paull, 

Beverly Gardner, treasurer; Bonita Melnick, social chairman; Mary Gerspacher, Jean Hunt, Joan Rose. Joyce Lebowitz 
Bottom row: Barbara Feindel, Jacqueline Kritz, Carol Enrico, Winifred Gendon, Helen Wallace, Nina Jacobs, Elaine Kasen, Victoria Aasbrein, Mar- 

lene Schultz, Marlene Owczarzak 



PINE HALL, ARBOR SUITES 



1110 South Arbor 



SYCAMORE HALL, ARBOR SUITES 



1111 South Third 



Top row: Karen Rowland, Sandra Ivan, Bridget Messino, Audrey Carnes, Thelma Wiernik, Carolyn Zaremba, Mollie Douglas, Harlean Hoffman, 

Marcia Marchello, Ruth Nelson, Sylvia Powell, Hilma Ivey, Olga Ercegovac, Sandra Rosenbloom, Sandra Arnopolin, Adele Mostow 
Third row : Irene Chalmers, Rose Ann Kajkowski, Mary Mead, Anita Narajowski, Dixie Kroencke, Mary Ross, Judith Weaver, Kirby Johnson, Diana 

Clarke, Janet Dubisky, Maria Amoruso, Nancy Norman, Martha Hambrick 
Second row: Betty Scholl, freshman adviser; Sandra Spitzer, freshman adviser; Beatrice Sciarini, vice president; Jane Farrow, activities chairman; 

Mrs. Hart, Sheila Keyes, president; Vivian Peterson, secretary ; Anita Anderson, social chairman; Ruth Heimerdinger, treasurer; Rita Everwijn, 

disciplinarian; Mary McConkey, scholarship chairman 
Bottom row : Gretchen Bauer, Catherine Joslin, Linda Sorrells, Rosa Turner, Ethel Sar, Barbara Gilby, Janice Soladay, Dorothy Robinson, Glenda 

Gladville, Berenice Puchkoff 
Not in panel: Stevonne Gulley, Sonja Peterson, Una Allen, Sue Fehrenbacher, Mary Fulton, Louise Zimmerman 




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Top row: Barbara Glow, Peggy Hughes, Joan Van Der Vliet, Sarah Gipson, Joan Morvis, Lois Player, Barbara Harrison, Marjorie Day 
Second row : Sue Hatch, Catherine Tiffin, Karen Bydin, Patricia Jones, Beverly Barr, Elena Berezaluce, Nancy Westefer 

Bottom row: Joiene Lansen, treasurer; Pat McKinney, president; Mrs. Warwick, Judy Langille, vice president, social chairman; Jean Hamilton, 
secretary; Barbara Nesselrod 



HOSTE HOUSE 



903 West Nevada 



LOWRY LODGE 



1007 South Fifth 



Top row: Janet Faubel, Judith Pence, Mary Stefanich, Helen Hewitt, Arlette Strauss, Myung Lim, Perh Hui 
Second row : Sallee Elmore, Susan Schuham, Geraldine Appanaitis, Gloria Rees, Mary Schmitt, Mary Finlay, Paralee Perkins 
Bottom row: Joan Zander, Constance Ashmore, vice president; Joann Kamalick, treasurer; Noreen Baldi, scholarship chairman; 
president; Joanne Storer, social chairman; Arlene Zeller, secretary 



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Top row: Alice Urie, Jeanne Luker, Winifred Enicksen, Audrey Mathews, Marcella Wennmacher, Vivien Lee, Carol Grant, Marilyn Petke, Kay 

Oltmanns 
Third row : Shirley Laubschen, Rose Kehart, Nancy Sindelar, Norma Strube, Ellen Homann, Natalie Wallentine, Frances Meinders, Jean Pease, 

Barbara McCaslin, Betty Wills 
Second row: Loretta Zimmerman, social chairman; Marjorie Baker, vice president; Deloris Gregory, commissar; Kay Asay, president; Mrs. Neilson, 

Norma Byars, secretary ; Donna Krieter, treasurer; Priscilla Laird, coordinator 
Bottom row : Carole McCaslin, Verna Vogt, Irmard Pesler, Jeanne Fredrick, June Raymond, Margaret Larson, Marietta Hamilton 
Not in panel : Diane Deeg 



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506 East Daniel 



Top roiv : Jeanette Roth, Jean Schroth, Marcia Zipay, Edna Krist, Laurel Madsen, Theodora Kanellos, Cynthia Thompson, Martha Tsao, Jane Liu, 
Donna Tredrea, Vida Yucas 

Third row: Sally Thompson, Kathryn Heitkotter, Eleanor Gregory, Dorothy Frey, Joan Michals, Ruth Holstrum, commissar ; Ann Wideroe, secretary; 
Carol Vissering, Angela Perez 

Second row: Margrajean Black, Marne McGrath, social chairman; Ruth Kirchner, sports chairman; Patricia Tredrea, Mrs. Rohl, Anna Kanellos, 
president; Jean Fan. Sally Campbell, Nancy Daniels, Martha Wollenweber 

Bottom row: Mary Gabbert, Laura Heffley, Beatrice Carlson, Rena Ranieri, vice president; Eileen Smith, Anne Price, Carol Edwards, Emilie Cun- 
ningham, Virginia Naylor 

Not in panel: Jeanine Elliott, Jo Ann Hostettler, Adele Johnson, treasurer; Alice Kim, Mary Rafferty, Sherry Rossiter, Marjorie Stucke 



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Officers — Top row: David Hunsaker junior dfin; Warren 
James, senior dean; Warren Gedstad, venerable dean; 
David Goodmon, rushing chairman 

Bottom row: Robert Rogers, secretary; Ronald Fickel, 
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Top row : Conrad Lantz, Richard Baker, Roger Gulick, Larry Lewis, Ronald Hamelberg, John Corliss, Harold Plautz, Edward Ashley, James Rapp, 

John Revell, Clifford Nelson, William Dunham, Jan Hall, Charles Wolven, Ronald Wright, Lloyd Allison, Stuart Reiter, Douglas Sparks 
Third row : Marshall Mabie, William Denhart, Max Schmidt, Joseph Long, James Tetrick, Richard Smith, Maurice Jones, Larry Adams, Charles 

Broughton, Stephen Norton, Howard Pratt, John Reutter, Jerry Riva, Kent Kelling, Roger Evans, Kenneth Bowers, James Degenford, Lyndon 

Bell, James Banton 
Second row : Harry Gates, Craig Webber, David Tillema, Ronald Fickel, David Hunsaker, Robert Rogers, Warren Gedstad, Warren James, David 

Goodmon, David O'Bryant, Robert Hagemeyer, Dennis Hudson, Philip McClure, Robert Drabik 
Bottom row : James Tucker, Carl Abegg, Robert Firebaugh, Douglas Coulter, John Pound, Ronald Helms, James Loftus, James Hockenhull, Bela 

Sandor, Carl Bell, Harold Birkey, Miles Hyde, Walter Bergfield, David Bach 




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Officers- — Top row: William Sullivan, vice president; Richard 
Buesinger, chaplain; Charles Blahous, president 

Bottom row : James Spoor, treasurer ; John Blakslee, ritual 
officer 







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ALPHA CHI RHO 

311 East Armory 24 Active Chapters 



Top row: Charles Mullctt, David Carver, Richard Buesinger, Paul Gaskins, George Boschky, John Weisenberger, James Rehak, Donald Molnar 
Third row : Edward Blahous, Edward Kionka, David Abramson, Raymond Schroeder, Robert Klocek, George Geis, John Blakslee, James Anderson 
Second row ; James Spoor, Philip Turner, Charles Long, William Sullivan, Charles Blahous, Richard Gronquist, Robert Kafka, Donald Whitmore 
Bottom row : George Sellers, Kenneth Kessler, James Walden, Robert Behnke, Wendell Knickrehm, Walter Taft, John Gregg, Nelson Gremmels, 

Harold Eshbaugh 
Not in panel: William Yontz, Jerry Cleary, Dennis Galle, Richard Fairfield 



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Officers — Top row: Albert Herman, house manager; Warren 
Friberg, rushing chairman; John Rowe, president; Roger 
Nichols, treasurer 

Bottom row: Roy Sudhoff, secretary; David Tolle, vice presi- 
dent; Max Berns, social chairman 





ALPHA DELTA PHI 

310 East John 28 Active Chapters 



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Top row: Frederick Dean, Albert Herman, William Boros, Paul King, Michael Keenan, David Irish, Isaac Coolley, George Bockwinkel, John Kim- 
bark, Alvin Tolle, Hugh Czerwonky 

Third row: Max Berns, James Saer, John Brandenberger, Donald MacArthur, Richard Schwartz, Charles Mosher, John Kibler, John McDougal, 
Richard Lee, William Sawtell 

Second row: Warren Friberg, David Brown. Roger Nichols, John Rowe, David Tolle, Roy Sudhoff, Dannel McCollum, Thane Halstead 

Bottom row: Richard Brewer, Larry Pugsley, William Novak, Joseph Halasz, John Heider, Winston Scott, Freddie Neal, Clyde Mulcahy 



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Officers — Top row: Robert Gordon, exchequer; Bernard 

Schaner, scribe; Peter Weiss, master 

Bottom row: Jordan Bloom, purser; John David, lieutenant 

master 



ALPHA EPSILON PI 

302 East Gregory 67 Active Chapters 



Top row : Hayward Garrett, Edward Gerch, Charles Dresner, Abbey Silverstone, Morton Barnett, Barry Goodman, Steven Stern, Gary Laser, Jay 

Young, Michael Joss, Marvin Brustin, Ronald Feingold, Michael Gurvey, David Browne, Ronald Robbins, Russell Davis, Leslie Sussman, Ronald 

Tarrson, Howard Sinton, Harvey Goldstein 
Third row : Richard Rosenfield, Allen Carney, Lewis Simon, Richard Rosenberg, Bruce Brenner, Allen Mandell, Jordan Listick, Robert Rosen, Michael 

Berz, Barry Loberg, Jerome Purze, Joel Segall, Alan Friedman, Alan Baiter, Errol Levy, Kenneth Davis, Michael Lowy 
Second roiu : Stanley Horn, Allen Fagel, Bernard Schaner, Jordan Bloom, Peter Weiss, John Davis, Robert Gordon, Michael Kohn, Norman Baskes, 

William Littman, Allen Solomonow 
Bottom row : David Kirshner, Henry Hechtman, David Russ, Ernest Gross, Gary Silverman, Lawrence Field, Michael Nusinow, Martin Losoff, Gary 

Feldmar, Kenneth Stein, Charles Goldstein 
Not in panel: Gerson Joseph, Richard Shapiro, Robert Richman, David Holleb, Allen Weiner, Barry Weiss, Howard Springer, Irvin Gross, Earl 

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Officers — Top roiv : George Anselm, secretary; Raymond Car- 
michael, president; David Ash, alumni-secretary 

Bottom row: Jerry King, vice president; Robert Mohrman, 
treasurer; Wilbur Nelson, reporter 





ALPHA GAMMA RHO 






58 East Gregory 33 Active Chapters 



Surber, Richard Freitag, Max Olson, Charles Bliss, Gary Whittaker, Donald Myers, 

Hawkinson, Forrest Gillespie, John Rehn, 



Top row : Gene Potter, Merrill Dierker, Thomas Brandt, J. D. 

Walter Griffith, John Wilson 
Third row : Dale Helms, George Muck, Roger Steiger, David Ash, Philip Phar, Joseph Helms, Edwin 

Herbert Carmichael, Delbert Denby, Roger Gillespie, Jimmie Bell, Thomas Janik, Dale Hedrick 
Second row : Carl Becker, Arlyn Rabideau, Thomas Hudson, Herbert Nelson, Louis Rogers, Jerry King, Raymond Carmichael, Wilbur Nelson, Robert 

Mohrman, George Anselm, Donald Garrigan, James Hubbard, James Whittaker 
Bottom row: William Gray, David Boerner, Gary Cooper, Jon Proehl, Dean Harfst, Dale Johnston, Scott McWhinney, Jack Widholm, Gary Van 

Winkle, Terrence Ellis, Joseph Beckerman, Linn Eaton 
Not in panel: Kenneth Hunt 




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Officers — Top row: Richard Schwarzlose, recording secretary ; 
Charles Zartman, treasurer ; William McMullen, social 
chairman; Robert Guy, corresponding secretary 

Bottom row : John Matthews, pledge trainer; Jon Guyton, 
president; Thomas Micklos, vice president 






ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA 










19 Active Chapters 




Top row: Ray Pensinger, Angus More, Robert Parker, David Hoffman, Clifford Banner, Michael Lane, David Calverley, Charles Zartman, Thomas 

Reeder, Phillip Heacock, Daniel Kistler, Stephen Thomas, Gerald Salzman, Joseph Glass, David Dow 
Third row : Kenneth Majerchin, Gerry Graham Vernon Johnson, Harold Blue, George Sanders, George Goodall, Richard Schwarzlose, James Hettick, 

William McMullen, Richard Bauer, James Kelly, Barry Anders, Carl Esslinger, Douglas Lapp, John Clark 
Second row : David Yates, Robert Guy, Carl Hinriehs, Jack Beaupre, Jon Guyton, Thomas Micklos, John Matthews, William Corley, Frederick Kurth 
Bottom row : Donald Andrews, Stewart Hollocker, David Dusendschon, Thomas Rayman, Ronald Page, James Aikman, Delbert Fitzhugh, Thomas 

Harper, Bernard Gaudi 
Not in panel: Robert Picker, Kenneth Dimmig, Bruce Baxter, Albert Fincham, John Lane, Larry Hill, William Pritchard 



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Officers — Top row: William Davis, worthy associate architect; 

Ken Prengel, fifth member of board 
Bottom row: Marvin Bamburg, worth)/ architect; James 

Kurtz, worthy estimater ; Anthonv Bonavolonta, worthy 

clerk 





ALPHA RHO CHI 

1108 South First 11 Active Chapters 



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Top row: Anthony Szyszkowski, Richard Diedrich, Sandford Furman, Clark Lofgren, John Richards, Ross Potter, Charles Wirth, Fredrick Zimmer- 

mann, Henry Carroll, Anthony Bonavolonta 
Third row : John Pavlovich, Richard Emrick, Jack Mendelson, Robert Hsiung, Howard Noel, Richard Hague, Kenneth Prengel, Donald Evenson 
Second row: Professor Allan Laing, Joseph Pappalardo, Carlton DeWolff, Harry Betley, William Davis, Miss Hamilton, Marvin Bamburg, James 

Kurtz, Professor Jack Baker, Professor Ralph Line. Robert Potter 
Bottom row: Bruce Kincaid, Raymond Chocholek, Bertil Johnson, Robert Engelke, John Hague, Neil Frankel, Harold Peckham, Robert Lampertius, 

William Schaefer, Richard Haynes 
Not in panel: John Doolen, John Heartel, Joseph Legat, Peter Lendrum, Anthony Pawlowsky, Leonard Peterson, Ronald Piotrowski, Richard Tater, 

Larry Taylor 



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ticers — Top row: John Pawlus, secretary; Ralph Bennett, 
president; Charles Ferguson, house marshall 
Bottom row: Roger Hendricks, pledge trainer; Robert Condon, 
treasurer; James Snyder, vice president 



ALPHA SIGMA PHI 

211 East Armory 80 Active Chapters 



Top row: James Roecker, Charles Finch, James Albright, Charles McKinney, Glenn Hohnstreiter, James Carney, George Smith, Robert Young, 

Thomas Young, Donald Smith, Leo Castelein, John Pawlus, John Michela, Frederick Roecker 
Third row: Roger Hendricks, Henry Chapman, William Sailors, John Rapasky, Laurence Stainton, James Dorris, Richard Bennett, James Logan, 

Robert Brown, Edward Perry, James Gladish, Richard Mason, Jon Kibler, Ray Logan, Roger Jones, Charles Gough 
Second roic : Fred Weeks, Charles Ferguson, Herbert Tygett, James Snyder, Mrs. Harlan, Ralph Bennett, William Kerchhoff, Robert Condon, Murray 

Rhodes 
Bottom row : Larry Wilson, George McMinn, Carmen Napoli, William Naretta, William Ewing, Keith Oberlander, Charles Bucklar, Anthony Petullo, 

Robert Pelkowski, Robert Smith 
Not in panel: William Hempstead, Kenneth Hamilton, Larry Hess, Donald Lacy, Roger Taylor, Robert O'Rourke, Robert Zacny, Daniel Kirehhoff, 

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Anderson, secretary; David Wade, house manager 
Bottom row: George Baker, vice president; John Brinker, 
president; Kenneth Schwab, sentinel 




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1101 West Pennsylvania 116 Active Chapters 






Top row : John Monroe, Ronald Henson, Peter Fernandes, Eugene Pitcher, Gary Kortkamp. Richard Walbaum, Darrell Duncan, William Carlson, 

Peter Evanson, Bennye Burkett, Richard Koffarnus, Frederick Schroeder, Louis Jones, Robert Frisina, Richard Rathbun, James Flint, William 

Evanson, Robert Smith, William Grant, Roger Perrin, Elton Wagner 
Third row: Michael Negley, Richard Swanson, James Simon, Kent McHose, LeRoy Frederichs, Ernest Hanson, Robert Werner, Thomas Anderson, 

John Brinker, William Naumati, Kenneth Schwab, George Baker, David Wade, Forrest Buchtel, John Allison, Kenneth Kraml, William Beabout, 

Michael Farrell 
Second row: Teddy Smith, Charles Schrader, John Donohue, Charles Bartholomew, Glen Skaggs, Fuhrer Dickey, Robert Montgomery, Robert 

Allison, Kent Ramm, William Muther, Donald Pierre, Rodney Hanson, David Koehler 
Bottom row: Richard Treat, Wayne Pearson, Frank Rice, Jerry Hutson, Roy Rodgers, Stephen Buckley, Dennis Dahl, William Carson, Dennis 

Schlemmer, Philip Haskell, Harry Leonard. William Simpson 
Not in Panel: George Cameron, Jack Jordan, Bruce Rodgers, Fredric Freeark, Richard George, William Mohlenbrock, Leonard Webster 

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Hcers — Top row: Leonard Liss, pledge trainer; Carl Strauss, 
house manager; Eldon Mattick, rush chairman; William 
Kell, treasurer 
Bottom row: Ronald Bollinger, corresponding secretary; John 
Knodle, president 




BETA SIGMA PSI 



806 South Fifth 7 Active Chapters 




Top row : Dale Brinkmann, Robert Hersehbach, Robert Thornberry, Donald Robins, Robert Jacke, James Zaruba, Ernest Karner, Darrel Junker 
Third row : Wilbert Rueter, Delbert Karmeier, Ronald Junker, Thomas Wegener, Howard Seizinger, Robert Ostermeier, Richard Hacker, David 

Scheiter, Robert Werth, LeRoy Mosny, Donald Metzger 
Second row : Orville Larson, Charles Mayer, Eldon Mattick, Carl Strauss, John Knodle, Mrs. Hardesty, Leonard Liss, William Keel, Robert Sud- 

bring, Ronald Bollinger 
Bottom row: Robert Bloechle, Edward Bucnis, Richard Remmert, Wavne Larson, Joseph Donninger, Charles Scheck, Ravmond Fritzsche, Thomas 

Hecht 
Not in panel: Don Bienfang, Robert Monsell, Jack Drews, Donald Sommerfeld 



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Officers — Top row: Charles Redmon, treasurer; Noel Thyson, 
secretary; Hugh Graham, pledge trainer; John Allen, 
social chairman 

Bottom row: Robert Hunt, house manager; William Forsyth, 
president; Donald Trull, vice president 





BETA THETA PI 

202 East Daniel 96 Active Chapters 



Top row : Donald Hess, Thomas Breen, Gene Fox, James Gustafson, Kent Karraker, Thomas Walker, Paul Edgell, Lawrence Ray, Robert Henderson, 

Jerry Manion, Paul Uhlenhop, James Leach, Norman Smith 
Third row: Bruce Trull, Kerry Newman, Noel Thyson, Gerald Exline, Gerry Dondanville, James Byrne, Ralph Meyers, August Wisnosky, Lawrence 

Stewart, Richard Koeller, James Mitchell, James Bell, Lawrence Gahan 
Second, row : Stephen Safly, Phillip Hubele, Thomas Loew, Jerrell Babb, Charles Redmon, William Forsyth, Mrs. Butner, John Allen, Robert Hunt, 

Allen Cassens, Thomas Thompson, Robert Munnecke, Donald Ohl 
Bottom row : Ronald Link, David Loyet, Fred Brightbill, Robert Dvorak, John Westover, Steve Knapp, Wade Buckles, James Rhodes, Charles Ford 
Not in panel: Donald Trull, Dean Skadberg, Ronald Maris, James Toth, Donald Cline, Byron Harmon, Hugh Graham, Dave Abrahamson 




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Officers — Top row : Edgar Madsen, 
Weatherly, pledge trainer 

Bottom row: Joseph Jones, secretary; Warren Malone, presi- 
dent; Theodore Allison, social chairman; George Podlin, 
treasurer 




CHI PHI 




303 East Chalmers 34 Active Chapters 



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Top roiu: Michael Simpson, James McAuley, Ned Wheeler, George Niva, James Riggs, Alan Swanson, Frederick Heinemann, William Taylor, Robert 

Mordini, John Lennon 
Third row: Larry Lessen, Donald Reuter, Wayne Chilcote, Charles Stonberg, Robert Hanson, 'Walter Heimerdinger, Larry Hill, Ldward Peterson, 

Second row : John Riggs, Edgar Madsen, George Podlin, Theodore Allison, James Weatherly, Warren Malone, Joseph Jones, James Overaker, Richard 

Dcffcncr 
Bottom row: Donald Hacke, Charles Roche, Brian Berg, Alan Gossard, Charles Speyerer, Thomas McDaniel, Frank Hann, Robert Hoffman 
Not in panel: Walter Simmons, Darrell Nicholson, John Hadley, Paul Clevenger, Larry Andris 





Officers — Top row: Raymond Zeller. treasurer 
Bottom row: John Forsyth, secretanj ; Norman Andersen, 
president; Dan Godeke, vice president 





CHI PSI 

912 South Second 27 Active Chapters 



Top row: John Clark, Robert Leasure, Sayre Andersen. Dale Kucera, Kenton Williams, Robert Taylor. Willmore Hastings, Wilbur Coultas 

Third row: Richard Hughes, Herbert Lund, Lee Smith, John Holmstrand, James Larson, Ronnie Tolliver, Howard Cochran, James Anderson, 

Robert Hansen 
Second row: Rodney Nilsson, John Campbell. John Forsyth, Norman Andersen, Raymond Zeller, Dan Godeke, Kenneth Goodwin, Stephan Shepherd 
Bottom row: Gerald Granroth, Alvin Wagner, David Buell, Hubert Stott, Douglas Royer, Douglas Schwantes, James Brown 



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Officers — Top row: Fred Kohout, corresponding secretary; 

Raymond Borelli, treasurer; Daryl Strahan, sergeant- 

at-armj 
Bottom row: James Gaebe, vice president; Ronald Clayton, 

president; Gregory Jordan, secretary 



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DELTA CHI 

First 44 Active Chapters 




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Top row: Ronald Mosetich, Patrick Sheehan, William Bean, Jerry Jamieson, Jimmie Smock, Albert Landeck, Albert Lorenz, John Breyer, Earle 

Bitzer, John Mount, John Williams 
Third row : Frederick Lincicome, William Huffman, John Bussjager, Louis Beardslee, David Snyder, Charles Nash, Albert Inwood, David Dearie, 

Gerald TJnks, Henry Hosman 
Second row : William Lyon, James Carr, Robert Wilson, Robert McGregor, Raymond Borelli, James Gaebe, Ronald Clayton, David Gillespie, Fred 

Kohout, Daryl Strahan, John Huck, John Farrow 
Bottom row : Patrick Clarke, Larry Wilborn, Dennis Stehlik, Rein Schumann, Thomas Welch, Thomas O'Beirne. Paul Tingleff, Jerold Wright, 

Frank Voris, James Bruhn, Albert Till 
Not in panel: Allen Harvey, Larry Hausmann, Charles Hoover, Gerald Johnson, Gregory Jordan, William Steinhort, James Tibbets, Frank Vermaat, 

Charles Wolfe 






Officers — Top row: Stephan Shoemaker, rushing chairman; 

Barry Lewis, vice president; James Hobart, treasurer; 

Larry Kinsella, corresponding secretary 
Bottom row: Michael Vaughan, secretary; Edward Lieske, 

president; Edward Sabel, social chairman 





DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 



902 South Second 52 Active Chapters 



Top row: William Charles, Kenneth Nelson, Stephen Shoemaker, William Stone, Thomas Moore 

Third row : Clark Cogswell, William Newton, Gary Devine, Donald Lyddon, Douglas Richardson, Larrv Kinsella, Daniel MacMaster, Robert Johnson, 

John Hynes 
Second row: Michael Vaughan, James Hobart, Edward Sabel, Barry Lewis, Mrs. Orton, Edward Lieske, William Harrvman, Richard Koshel, William 

Schnell 
Bottom row: David Broberg, Paul Biernat, Jack Klug, Alfred Langos, Dennis Johanson, Lawrence Schildgen, William Foisy, Donald Spatny 
Not in panel: Robbie Jones, Joel Roach 




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Officers — Left to right: Richard Adams, treasurer; Robert 

Tripp, social chairman; John Fixmer, president; Jerome 

Bacchetti, rushing chairman; John Freeberg, vice presi- 
dent 



DELTA PHI 

1008 South Fourth 15 Active Chapters 




Top row: William Pike, Clifford Brouk, Jerry Stelle, Wilbur Knutson, Charles Evans, Ralph Magin, Donald Weihl, Robert Jurs, William Spealman, 
Robert Bauer, Donald Anderson, John Beem 

Third row : Robert Miller, Myron Carpenter, James Wallace, Alan Schilsky, William Wruck, Robert Tripp, Robert Hendel, Ted Smith, Rodney Wal- 
lace, Edwin Snow, Steve Wutzke, Jerome Bacchetti 

Second row : John Domanus, Sanford Young, Roy Goern, David DeMartelaere, Richard Adams, John Fixmer, John Freeberg, Lowell Mize, Joe Rice, 
William Rumsey 

Bottom row: Owen Knutson, Michael Modde, Dennis Lory, William Pearson, Robert Aten, Norman Rickard, Terry Harr, Louis Luscietto, Richard 
Peters, Michael O'Laughlin 

Not in panel: Douglas Wallace, Jonathon Flowers, John Homeier 



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Officers — Top row: Edwin Matney, treasurer; Charles Gib- 
fried, vice president; Louis Antonelli, president; Thomas 
Maltas, secretary 

Bottom row: Raymond Pittman, rush chairman; Lee Bridg- 
man, pledgemaster; William Burke, social chairman 






DELTA SIGMA PHI 

106 East Daniel 92 Active Chapters 




Top row: Leon Florschuetz, Joel Wesson, William Burke, Carl Klehm, Joseph Schuber, Richard Barnett 

Third row : David Rathje, Richard Shoemaker, Robert Willson, Robert Fusinati, Leslie Miller, James Gardner, Don Stout, George Weith, Richard 

Vance 
Second row : Thomas Maltas, Raymond Pittman, Jr., Charles Gibfried, Louis Antonelli, Mrs. Cryder, Mr. Albert Tillman, Edwin Matney, Lee 

Bridgman 
Bottom row : William Lorenz, Robert Tertel. Richard Srch, James Maltas, Naman Carter, Wallace Ramsay, Ernest Lippens 
Not in panel : Bufford Fullhart, John Bratzler, William Hogate, Glenn Foltre, Harold Breece, Donnie Snedeker, Irvin Kovalik, Lee Boye, Ralph 

McCormick 




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Officers — Top row: Ronald Dempsey, corresponding secretary; 

Peter Klein, recording secretary; Robert Eggers, treasurer 
Bottom row: Martin Maguet, vice president; Edward DeLong, 

president 







DELTA TAU DELTA 

302 East John 86 Active Chapters 



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Top row: Joe Mabry, Bernard Wall, Ray VanPatten, John Schroeder, John Legendre, Terrence Langhorst. David Wuesteman, Melvin Shaver, 

Robert Halliday, Gary Mitchell, William Bretz, Harold Roos, Charles Stacy, Richard Reynolds, George Bachouros, Donald Denapoli 
Third row : Robert Cluster, Bruce Duff, Richard Harvey, Joseph Dupont, Clem Georlett, Lloyd Gadau, Roy Etnyre, Lawrence Moore, Robert Hyson, 

Bernard Richards, David Sattem, Frederick Melberg, Robert Eggers, Donald Cooper 
Second row: Gerald O'Neill, Martin Maguet, Peter Klein, Ronald Dempsey, Edward DeLong, Mrs. Griffeth, Richard Renfro, Clark Butts, Kenneth 

Issel, William Jagoe, Alan Zengel 
Bottom row : Danny Laughhunn, Edwin Mraz, Henry Hector, Raymond Gump, William Simpson, Donald Drever, Ernest Gross, Garr Becker, 

John Ehrmantraut, Bruce Quayle 
Not in panel : John Jones, Richard Nordmeyer, Paul Adams, William Bruggen, Donald Mitchell, Frederick Thayer, John McWhirter, James Cvik, 

James Staes, Dale McDyer, John Hodges 






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Officers — Top row : Richard Winton, pledge trainer; Larry 
Arndt, vice president 

Bottom row: Ronald Angle, treasurer; Ruxton Tucker, presi- 
dent; Cecil Stradley, secretary 





DELTA UPSILON 

312 East Armory 74 Active Chapters 




lop row : Wayne Ottoson, James Mills, Julius Monge, Roger Chirpe, Thomas Rees, Alan Cork, Nicholas Derrough, James Kimmel, Robert Kennedy, 
Robert Amico, Glenn Auble, Robert Larence, Bradley Johnson 

Third row: Donald Macek, Barton Meays, Terry Pritchard, John Ripley, Steven Stroh, Henry Lang, Thomas Daniels, James Shotliff, Henry Dralle, 
Ronald Magnussen, Leon Richartz, Dennis Lisenby, Harry Kellogg, Frank Moschella, John Clem, Raymond Nadenik 

Second row : Paul Helmle, Robert Litvan, Barton Ladd, Ronald Angle, Larry Arndt, Ruxton Tucker, Cecii Stradley, Richard Winton, Simeon Trot- 
ter, John Hill, Stewart Trimble 

Bottom row : James Eeonomos, Hugh Fogler, Bruce Kriviskey, Donald Kendeigh, William Sanders, James Riley, Stephen Stigleitner, Glenn Timmons, 
Eugene Schmitt, William Amundsen, James Clark 

Not in panel: Larry Woodcock, John Dibble, Arthur Rommel, William Barr 



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Hcers — Left to right: Dexter Norton, sergeant at arms; 
Russell Youmans, secretary; Gene Gudeman, president; 
Merle Mulvaney, corresponding secretary; John Sprague, 
historian; Lynn Truckenbrod, business manager 







FARM HOUSE 



809 West Pennsylvania 17 Active Chapters 



Top row : Richard Vattiiauer, James Bowers, Harold Jepson, David Main, Ronald McKee, Fred Hadfield, Ronald Kollman 

Third row : Neal Eckert, Clarence Walter, Paul Shuman, John Shuman, Norman Ehlers, Richard Snodgrass, Harry Simons. Byron Marlowe 

Second row: John Bossingham, Dexter Norton, Lynn Truckenbrod, Gene Gudeman, Russell Youmans, John Sprague, Merle Mulvaney, Edward Com- 

isky 
Bottom row : Forrest Paxton, Jack Roby, Myron Reaman, John Burrus, Richard Curtiss, Robert Hughes, Donald Hoffman 
Not in panel : Duane Schroeder 



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Officers — Top row: Donald Greenlee, vice president; Thomas 

Tatum, secretary 
Bottom row: Henry Curtis, president; George Brokemond, 

treasurer 






KAPPA ALPHA PSI 

707 South Third 204 Active Chapters 



Top row : Demaree Barnes, John Cooper, Ozell Langley, Randall Pelkey, Leon Scott, Raymond Johnson, Delano Cox, John Lassiter, Curtis Gris- 

wald, Edward Johnson, Earl Doty 
Bottom row : Sidney Miller, Donald Greenlee, Thomas Bradley, Thomas Tatum, Henry Curtis. John Everett, James Thomas 
Not in panel: Charles George, Ronald Stewart, Buford Macklin, George Brokemond, Leslie King 




352 






Officers — Left to right: William Gullett, pledge trainer; How- 
ard Dovre, house manager; Robert Sullivan, president ; 
Frederick Roland, secretary; John Hulson, treasurer 



KAPPA DELTA RHO 

1110 South Second 18 Active Chapters 



Top row : James Nessl, Arthur Power, Terrence Francis, Stanley Woods, Thomas Chonos, Richard Swallow, Norman Sobiesk 
Bottom row: Wendell Hushaw, John Hulson, Frederick Roland, Robert Sullivan, Howard Dovre, William Gullett, James Riha 
Not in panel: Max Allison, Williard Molitor 













Officers — Top row: Charles Tompkins, vice president; Robert 
Wehrle, treasurer 

Bottom row: Roy Fonda, secretary; Franklin Gutowsky, presi- 
dent; William Drurv, social chairman 





KAPPA SIGMA 




212 East Daniel 128 Active Chapters 



Top row: Henry Wolf, Noel Zabriskie, Douglas Johnson, Erwin Blatter, William Westerman, Francis Dohm, Jerome Roeske, Thomas Kasten, Rich- 
ard Mueller, Jack Lynch, Richard Simon, Eugene Reed, James Harris, Arno Myers, Nicholas Adam, Russell Hanna 

Third row: Richard Pierce, Robert Reader, Andrew Rochells, Jerome Bonkowski, Charles Applegate, Charles Kunde, James Neil, Romeo Mura, 
George Rantis, Gregory Belding, Kenneth Handy, Eugene Alfonsl 

Second row: Robert Faulkner, John Boyd, Ralph Learnard, Richard Hubert, Robert Wehrle, Charles Tompkins, Franklin Gutowsky, William Drury, 
Roy Fonda, Donald Turnquist, Theodore Caiazza, Robert Finneran, Edward Hall 

Bottom row : David Milligan, Peter Aikman, Keith Hayes, Roland Peterson, Charles Coane, Donald Boodel, Roger Groth, Richard Russell, Walter 
Jacus, Ronald Benhart, David Hutchison, Robert Becker 

Not in panel: John Deleveaux, Webb Hill, John Woodruff, Richard Funkhauser 




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Kcers — Top row : Robert Wallhaus, pledge trainer; William 
Shaffer, ritualist; David Forestner, social chairman 
Bottom row : John Cross, treasurer ; William Gibson, presi- 
dent; John Nunemaker, secretary; Robert Gibson, vice 
president 
















LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 

209 East Armory 153 Active Chapters 



Top row : Stephen Berry, Patrick Clark, Gordon MeCandlish, Karl Holm, David Moss, Ronald Krug, Stanley Sydlowski, John Bolz, Jimmie Furno, 

David Fischer, Edward Symonds, Richard Clarke, Joseph Brewer, Arthur Yuenger 
Third row; Philip Haffner, Ronald Berry, Ermett Mueller, Valentine Zadnik, Marvin Heffington, George Tomek, Jerry Norton, John Martin, 

Richard Montgomery, Edward Harris, David Klingel, Jimmy Keller, Royace Prather 
Second row: Charles Campbell, Lloyd Wolf, Robert Stih, Robert Wallhaus, John Nunemaker, Robert Gibson, William Gibson, John Cross, David 

Forestner, Roger Tinney, William Shaffer, Nicholas Pamel, Walter Martin 
Bottom row: Robert Gobel, Henry Gentsch, Donald Selinger, Charles Moss, Charles Oldham, Joseph Schauer, Warren Smith, Roger Gauen, Don 

Carroll, Warren Robbins, William Fisher, Richard Brock 
Not in panel: Richard Kemmerer, John Paulding, Richard Verkler, Larry Wellman 



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Officers — Top row: James Hull, secretary; Fred Guyton, chap- 
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Gene Wineland, recorder 

Bottom row : Phillip Dressel, house manager; Carl Noble, 
pledge trainer 

Not in panel : Leonard Arentsen, treasurer 




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Top row: Gerald Tietz, Joe McKay, Thomas Gabbard, Stephen Bostwick, Hugh Weisenstein, Phillip Lincoln, William Stickney, Robert Shaver, Jack 

Bronson, Terry Lappin, James Hull, Tom Lindquist, William Forsythe, William Bonansinga, John Even, Thomas Nolan, Thomas Krucker, Thomas 

Morrison, Sam Van Scoyoc, Alphonse Holtmann 
Third row: Eric Wilson, Fred Guyton, Leonard Arentsen, Paul Pirtle, Richard Ekin, Fred Wham, Alan Gosnell, John Ellsworth, Frank Pellant, 

Daniel Seiler, Ronald Stein, Robert Breckenridge, Joseph Bartulis, Clark McDaniel, John Crawford, Michael Martin, Dennis Dadant, Joseph 

Epkins 
Second row: William Gabbard, John McCord, David Crane, Carl Noble, Dale Walwark, Sully Bonansinga, Evans Mank, Gene Wineland, Phillip 

Dressel, Max Cisne, Sidney Little, Frank Raymond, Robert Hommel, David Mieher 
Bottom row : James Slack, Dennis Chamberlin, James Allen, Richard Kell, Harry Bobbitt, David McKee, Harrel Hagner, Herbert Crane, Frederick 

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Richard Wellek, house manager ; Mark Wellek, commissar ; 

Stanley House, recording secretary 
Bottom row: Richard Goldstine, treasurer; Lee Lippman, 

president; Ronald Schwartz, vice president 










PHI EPSILON PI 



907 South Third 35 Active Chapters 



Top row: David Schulman, Richard Wellek, Marshall Goldin, Martin Waldinger, Theodore Goldstein, Alan Yurman, Steve Marcus, Joshua Berman, 

John Mills, Stanley House, Irwin Bliss, Glenn Goldman, Gerald Sherman, Ronald Spivack. Robert Lazerson, Robert Judelson, Daniel Sigband 
Third row: Mark Saberman, Leonard Ades, Michael Kahn, Robert Shapiro, Thomas Werner, Richard Fleisher, Richard Marks, Bernard Kirsner, 

Jerrold Kaplan, Stuart Werner, Howard Kravets, Norman Marcus, Robert Baum. David Myers, Arthur Lang, Michael Schneir, Leo Henikoff 
Second row: Burt Skolnik, Laurance Nathan, Jon Isenberg, Richard Goldstine, Lee Lippman, Ronald Schwartz, Mark Wellek, Robert Shapiro, Allan 

Levin, Harvev Pool 
Bottom row : Stephen Klafter, Ronald Fleisher, Max Tyson, Michael Lissner, Howard Blumenfeld, Michael Polen, Seymour Melnick, Mark Buch, 

David Tunick, Richard Lewis, Joel Ross, Paul Pevsner, Arthur Serck 
Not in panel : Robert Hirsch, Stanley Rubin, Steven Conhain, Robert Ostron 



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Officers — Top row: Carl Ostrand, recording secretary; James 

Solomon, president; Daniel Damon, treasurer 
Bottom row: Owen Aekerman, historian; Kurt Lauridsen, 

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PHI GAMMA DELTA 

401 East John 83 Active Chapters 






lop row: Edward Nagel, Edward Gombos. Leo Wotan, Garee Slider, Gerry Carlson, Russel McDonald, Robert Fischer, Gerald Lippold, Robert Pas- 

saneau, Lawrence Bankart, John Jenkins, Thomas Johnston, Anthony McCarthy, Elby Wallace, James Robertson, Robert Johnston, Carl Reinhart, 

Richard Neu, Jewett Cole, Gerald Ford, Jack Diederich 
Fourth row: David Zwanzig, Robert Shissler, James Keehner, Dean Bodnar, James Ruyle, John Bone, Frederic Martin, Kent Brennecke, Richard 

Schaeffer, Ronald Peterson, Thomas Tanson, George Whitney, James Eggerichs, David Cade, Peter Hasselmann, William Fox, Maurice Weaver, 

David Geist, Robert Madix 
Third row: James Shively, Robert Byers, Robert Little, John Pettit, Owen Aekerman, Kurt Lauridsen, James Solomon, Daniel Damon, Carl Ostrand, 

Richard Peterson, James Babcock, Dean Brandt, Frank Hedgcock 
Second row : James Russell, John Busch, Donnell Schwarz, Richard Bayley, Robert Reuter, Robert Armstrong, Melvin Jager, Steven Hoeppner, 

James Graham, Robert Hindsley 
Bottom row: Richard Green, Robert Young. Donald Larson, Neal Kottke, David Neupert, John Ey, John Helledy, Dennis Fox 
Not in panel : Kenneth Pawlak, Walter Baker, Daniel Barry, Kenneth Hovland, Henry Housh, George Smith, Kenneth Sutter, James Corrigan, 

Jerry Roberts, Joseph Zalar, William Armstrong, John Christensen 




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Officers — Left to right: William Blake, secretary ; Henry 
Carlson, vice president ; Paul Dittmer, secretary 

Bottom row : Lee Frerker, pledge master; Roy Brizz, presi- 
dent; William Brouhle, treasurer 



PHI KAPPA 

310 East Chalmers 36 Active Chapters 



Top row: David Leyderi, Patrick Conlon, William Loughman, Thomas Killian, Robert Hartman, Richard Perez, William Marshall, Patrick Mahoney, 

William Thomas, James Ezop, Lawrence Luther, John Hocking, Jerome Caruso, Frank McOmber 
Second row: Terrenee McMahon, Gael Kowalski, Lee Frerker, William Brouhle, Roy Brizz, Robert Carlson, Paul Dittmer, David Jelinek, John 

Baumgarten, Gerald Hankes 
Bottom row : Richard Schubert, John Woods. Michael Malatesta, Thomas Keefer, John Brennan, Patrick Halm, Kenneth Buhle, Ronald Szymanski 
Not in panel: Joseph Kinson, James Dean, Ronald DiMonte, Evan Lloyd, Walter Dudek, Michael Marmion, William Thompson, James Patton, 

Horst Hamann, Alfred E. Newman 




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Officers — Top row: Norman Mayer, chaplain; Douglas Wads- 
worth, corresponding secretary ; Gary Reeder, recording 
secretary ; Stephen Johnson, historian 

Bottom row: Alan Swanson, treasurer; John Ravencroft, 
president; Ralph Larson, vice president 








PHI KAPPA PSI 

911 South Fourth 60 Active Chapters 



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Top roiv : Melvin Fink, George Mace, Jerry Williams, Theodore Pristash, George Hamouz, Thomas Anderson, Norman Mayer, Edwin Tomaszewski, 

Raymond Rendell, Robert Hickey, William Johnson 
Third row : David Boling, Ronald Grayheek, Thomas Mayes, Don Reeder, George Ramsay, Harold Sill, James Lomont, Clifford Wilderman, Dennis 

Jereb, John Fix 
Second row : David Martin, Douglas Wadsworth, Gary Reeder, Ralph Larson, John Ravencroft, Alan Swanson, Stephen Johnson, John Valentine, 

William Yonan 
Bottom row : David Ash, Fred Nascitti, Raymond Gibson, James Brown, Willard Nelson, Alexandre Jankowsky, John McDonnell, Emil Squeteri 
Not in panel : David Nogle, Kenneth Telleen 




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Officers — Top roic : Duane Harwick, intramural chairman; 

Frank Pontious, social chairman; Donald Hagemaster, 

treasurer 
Bottom, row: Lowell Gratigny, pledge trainer; Richard Torpe, 

president; Robert Backoff, scholarship chairman 




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313 East Chalmers 48 Active Chapters 




Top row : Frederick Stein, William Dean, Richard Kimbrough, Bruce Beckman, James Beckmann, Robert Davis, Brian Wittenkeller, John Pasnau, 

James Clayton, Roland Zaroski, Herman Ruta, Harold Pehlke, John Hudson, Richard Archbold 
Fourth row : Richard Borden, Joseph Fincher, Raymond Cain, Thomas Cahoon, Melville Lawrence, Robert Martensen, Terry Wade, Stephen Grant, 

James Hlavacek, James Neff, Michael Murray, Charles Truckenbrodt, Charles Dennis 
Third row : Kenneth Cullen. Robert Riedle, Jack Webster, Donald Hagemaster, Charles Thompson, Robert Backoff, Richard Torpe, Lowell Gratigny, 

Duane Harwick, Frederick Crang, Frank Pontious, David Dalenberg 
Second row: William Brown, Larry Stunkard, James Arnold, Arthur Zabierek, William Rosing, Eyvind Ericksen, Edwin Steinam, Donald Schulz, 

William Penniman, Dale Dornblaser, Barger Macy, William Hylander 
Bottom row : Richard Frey, Richard Manton, Jerome Handlon, James Urquhart, Ralph Enderby, Donald Stevens, Paul Anderson 
Not in panel : Leigh Beube 



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Officers — Top row: Thomas Livingston, secretary; James Wil- 
liamson, pledgemaster ; William Miner, house manager 

Bottom row: Warren Moss, treasurer; John Kronvall, vice 
president; James Hardesty, president 

Xot in panel: David Livingston, social chairman 



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310 East Gregory Drive 71 Active Chapters 




Top row: Stuart McKenty, Carl Freddy. Richard Meddish, Donald Doherty, Carl Enlow, Charles Bills, Edwin Holzhauer, John Bartsch, Alan Lo- 
patka, Albert Sittaro. John Melvin, David Livingston, Clarence Klaus 

Third row: George Bossarte, William Graham, Vernon Gillespie, Charles Marshall, Carl Miglin, James Kennedy, Marshall Olson, William Cook, 
Glenn Goetsch, David Boone, Fred Huelster, Donald Tyler, Donald Bonacorsi 

^'<-<>nd row: Carl Budelsky, William Miner, John Kronvall, James Hardesty, James Williamson, Thomas Livingston, Allen Drachman, Richard Carl- 
son, John Conant 

Bottom row: John Carson, Roger Bushnick, Stephen Schaefer, Donald Rohn, David Hardesty, Keith McCloskey, Gregory Gebhart, William Painter, 
Thomas Ludwig 

Xot in panel : Robert Rartlett, James Kornwolf. Roger Martin, James Ogg, William McNair, Richard Miller, Richard Norman, Harold Rosen- 
winkel. Kenneth Kirk, Warren Moss, Thomas Chilcott 



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Cogan, master frater; Michael Lowenthal, treasurer 

Bottom row: Harold Fishbein, junior member executive coun- 
cil; Lester Weinstein, senior member executive council; 
Robert Lazarus, member at large 







PHI SIGMA DELTA 

706 West Ohio 30 Active Chapters 




Top row: Alfred Chiprin, Burton Schmarak, Howard Pollock, Richard Levine, Gordon Schlifke, Harvey Coustan, Roger Brooks, Phillip Penner, 

Marshall Patinkin, Robert Naiman, James Pritikin, Daniel Ragins, Leon Lome, Arnold Goldstein, Michael Hoit 
Fourth row: Solomon Kamm, Miles Kaplin, Marvin Herman, Steven Targum, William Goldman, Arnold Miller. Robert Glaser, Robert Meyerovitz, 

Myron Stone, Robert Jackson, Larry Goldberg, Michael Green, David Schnitzer, Seymour Taxman, Irwin Frazin, Barry Gross, Arnold Perl 
Third row: Martin Kramer, Morton Engelberg, Harold Fishbein, Robert Lazarus, Perry Rudman, Jules Cogan, Michael Lowenthal, Lester Weill- 

stine, David Saidel. Donald Goldstein, Lawrence Sager, Ronald Goldberg, Leon Bender 
Second row: Michael Wasserman, Gordon DeCook, Murray Kalis, Donald Newman, Martin Rudman, Marvin Kamensky, Alan Mayer, Monty Feld- 

man, Elliott Lisnek, Abraham Besman, Michael Turner 
Bottom row: Gerald Frank, Herbert Weinstein, Charles Simon, Melvyn Zahn. Jerry Steinberg, Allen Arieff, Joseph Hurwitz, Gerald Newman 
Not in panel : Abraham Grossfield 






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Officers — Top row: Orville Asper, social chairman; Ralph Gee, 
sentinel; Richard Hartung, rush chairman; Gary Beil- 
feldt, vice president ; Kenneth Lebermann, secretary 

Bottom row: Roger Lilly, house manager; Robert Downing, 
treasurer; Gail Thwing, president 





PHI SIGMA KAPPA 

1004 South Second 63 Active Chapters 




Top row: Tom Krainovich, Robert Almquist, Charles Cameron, Richard Lutz, Thomas Nielsen, Donald Miller, Peter Wohld, Thomas Orsi, Arthur 

Carlson, Thomas Stablein, Daniel Wilde, Walter Carl, Donald Roberts, Robert Polston, Larry Dunlap 
Third row: Kenneth Fritz, David Karas, Ronald Ellerbeck, Donald Boles, Larry Spahn, Charles Didrickson, John Kating, Ronald Cwiklinski, Arthur 

Klaviter, Richard Coddington, Richard Allie, Arthur Larson 
Second row: William Skaggs, Robert Barackman, Robert Rodine, Roger Lilly, Gary Bielfeldt, Gail Thwing, Kenneth Lebermann, Richard Hartung, 

Robert Downing, Ralph Gee, Orville Asper, Donald Zalesky 
Hot torn row : Gary Reid, Kevin Lyons, David Maloney, Thomas Dasso, William Lawrence, Edward Daly, Sam Swanson, Robert Kirkpatrick, Dennis 

Hall, Roy Hollerbush, Richard Roy 
Not in panel : John Lee, George Moeller, Ronald Mohr, James Sokolowski, John Togolo, Denis Johnson 




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Officers — Top row: Marvin Dennis, treasurer; Jay Severance, 
president; Richard Weisbaum, pledge master; Russell 
Schiele, house manager; Samuel Skinner, assistant treas- 
urer 

Bottom row: James Bergschneider, secretary; Edward Strasma, 
social chairman 



PI KAPPA ALPHA 

102 East Chalmers 118 Active Chapters 




Top row: Glen Thorson, Gary Miner, John Suter, William Lowry, Roderick Herbig, John Reinhardt, Jerry MacAfee, Richard Smith, Kenneth Mil- 
ler, Thomas McKnight 

Second row : Charles Hendrickson, Ralph Kraus, Richard Statham, John Thomson, Robert Sievers, John McChesney, Harry Kropp, Barry Hough, 
Eldon Durr, Walter Dalitsch, Frank Wydra, James Swanson 

Bottom row : Earl Schaefer, Samuel Skinner, Marvin Dennis, Russell Schiele, Edward Strasma, Jay Severance, James Bergschneider, Richard Weis- 
baum, Raymond Kizior, Robert Heckler, Richard McCrary 

Not in panel : John Opelka, George Scherrer, Joseph Hodges, William Robb 



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Oficers — Top row: Everett Schleter, chaplain; Glenn Cuerden, 
secretary; Fredrick Jaronitzky, historian 

Bottom row: Ralph Sanders, president; Jack Schmidel, treas- 
urer 

.Vot in panel : Milton Diedrick, warden 





PI KAPPA PHI 

801 West Illinois 66 Active Chapters 




Top row: David Doetzel, Robert Hasman, Carl Gustafson, Edwin Hamilton, Richard Wilson, Graydon Hinton 
Third row : Kenneth Janowski, Fred Fiala. Douglas Deuss, Richard Bangert, Robert McKenzie, Larry Kresin 
Second row: John Baker, Fredrick Jaronitzky, Glenn Cuerden, Ralph Sanders, Jack Schmidel, Everett Schleter 
Hottom row : Terry Burke, Carl Marrone, William Schacht, Douglas Duffield, Larry Fink, Arnold Smith 
Not in panel: Edwin Morris, Leonard Perkowski, Milton Diedrick, Lelon Leech, Harold Gehrig, Scott Seibert 



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Officers — Top row: Arthur Kroft, president; Burton Malow, 

vice president 
Bottom row: Jerry Belson, marshal!; Richard Hollobow, 

secretary ; Irwin Greenberg, treasurer 










PI LAMBDA PHI 



52 East Armory 33 Active Chapters 



Top row: Erwin Epstein, Donald Weissinan. Leon Eisenberger, Edward Kreines, Allen Schuman. Leslie Nathan, Sheldon Kabaker, Jeffrey Orlove, 

Lawrence Elowitz, Ronald Prebish, Stuart Karlin, Mike Greenfield, Don Aldort, Lawrence Weinberger 
Third row: David Brill, Howard Simon, Stuart Ferst, David Bogan, Benjamin Steinberg, Julian Oettinger, Howard Breslow, Allan Levin. David 

Lipson, Edward Levin, Martin Swidler 
Second row: Sam Berger, Martin Brozosky, Jerry Belson, Irwin Greenberg, Arthur Krcrft, Mrs. Beggs, Burton Malow, Richard Hollobow, Ronald 

Gonsky, Ronald Stone, Ronald Mehlman 
Bottom row : Howard Ross, Jerold Ezgur, Jay Rosenberg, Charles Berndt, Theodore Peck, Edwin Nanberg, Jerry Altshuler, Lionel Gomberg. Sidney 

Schwartz, Berton Imberman 
Not in panel : David Okeon 



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Ward, vice president; Irwin David, president; Maury Kal- 
nitz, social chairman; Howard Bass, athletic chairman 

Bottom row: Harvey Wittenberg, corresponding secretary; 
Sheldon Switkin, social chairman 





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Top row: Donald Margolis, Daniel Schwartz, Richard Myers, Sheldon Silverman, Leonard Lickerman, Donald Barliant, Henry Katz, Milton Field, 

Donald Herman 
Third row : Mark Abrahamson, Murray Hauser, Gerald Heichman, Sheldon Becker, Ronald Goodman, Sidney Zipperman, Robert Frankel, Herbert 

Goldman, Daniel Greenbert, Michael Schwartz, Sidney Sward 
Second row : Melvin Katten, Harvey Wittenberg, Phillip Migdal, Dr. Robert Janes, adviser; Irwin David, David Ward, Sheldon Switkin, Bernard 

Fruchter 
liottom. roiv : Sherwin Malis, George Gerstman, Marvin Sommerfeld, Maury Kalnitz, Howard Bass, Martin Levenson, Harvey Chaplik 
Not. in panel: Ross Blumenfeld, Alan Hersh, Leonard Reicin, Arnold Schwartz, Bernard Steinberg, Philip Zand, Eric Levy 




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Officers — Left to right: Joseph Miller, treasurer; Sheldon 
Hauck, ■president; James Jacobs, first vice president; John 
Bergstrom, secretary; Robert Klecka, second vice president 




PSI UPSILON 

313 East Armory 31 Active Chapters 




Top row: Robert Newth, Warren Creviston, Paul Vondrak, David Dinsmore, James Thomas, James Stein, Cornelius O'Donnell, Ronald Gruenberg, 

Gregory Miller, George Pease, Carter Sarver 
Third row: John Faust, Guy Fraker, Fritz Blaynev, Richard Newcomer, Deane Hanning, John Henbest, Richard Johnson, James Mueller, Joseph 

Bush, Robert Pfieffer, John Trimble, Robert Stiven, Nils Soneson 
Second row: James Fairhead, Wallace Gruenberg, Ronald Yeast, Donald Larson, John Bergstrom, Robert Klecka, Sheldon Hauck, James Jacobs, 

Joseph Miller, John Gill, George Steffen, Neil Sterling 
Bottom row: Walter Ginther, Edward Thompson, Walter Ford, John Horn, Jay Siegrist, Jon Antinsen, Brack Duker, Ranse Kesl, Charles Scurlock, 

Kent Fry 
Not in panel : Fielder Dowding, Roland Yeast, Gary Western, Andrew Machata 



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Markham, social chairman; Thomas Freeman, secretary 

Bottom row : Milton Simantel, treasurer ; Richard Hoard, 
president; John Blankinship, house manager 

Not in panel: Joseph Kater, vice president 






SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 

211 East Daniel 142 Active Chapters 



Top row : Joseph Firrantello, John Attebery, Terry Sands, Larry Johnson, Gordon Kaplan, Bruce Dahltorp, Phillip Kenner, John Greathouse, 

Michael Gray, Peter Gustat, Phillip Schwiebert, James Timberlake, William Allen, Thomas Noggle 
Third row: Richard Warner, Edward McCall, George Grubb, John Stevenson, Peter Carveth, Allen Dougherty, William Dubinsky, Joseph Laske, 

Robert MeClary, David McMackin, Roger Sterling 
Second row: Michael Deschner, Guy Seymour, James James, John Blankinship, Joseph Kater, Mrs. Curry, Richard Hoard, Milton Simantel, Thomas 

Freeman, Thomas Crays, James Chengary 
Bottom row: Ralph Rossman, Kenneth Damgaard, Gordon Williamson, Barry Beste, Bruce Kolaska, James Moluf, Paul Montgomery, Edward Ryan, 

Terry Ave, Ronald Warren, David Seiberling 
Not in panel: Edward Markham, Donald Warner 




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Officers: Herbert Shulman, recorder; Ronald Engel, prior; 
Bruce Block, exchequer 







SIGMA ALPHA MU 

805 West Pennsylvania 51 Active Chapters 




Top row : Richard Gottsegen, Paul Lapping, Robert Mided, Harvey Lambert, Howard Siegman, Harvey Haddon, Michael Kriozere, Ian Levin, 

Sheldon Brodsky, Myron Reid, Robert Terry, Arnold Klein, Edward Lewis, Alvin Martin, James Kubby, Stuart Mann 
Third row : Marshall Dobrin, Herbert Golden, Howard Mindell, Lester Baker, Louis Blacher, Lawrence Kayton, Jerald Lavin, Stuart Strongin, 

Clifford Levitan, Robert Porges, Kenneth Broun, Michael Lipsich, Leonard Mawrence, Donald Golan, Paul Krouse 
Second row-: Raymond Baum, Neil Bluhm, Judd Malkin, William Greengoss, Bruce Block, Ronald Engel, Herbert Shulman, Eugene Berns, Sheldon 

Silverman, Edgar Gilbert, Phillip Gould 
Bottom row : David Cooper, Stuart Shanoff, Robert Goldwasser, Jay Silver, Bruce Lehrman, Arthur Alpert, Stuart Priedlander, Howard Noel, Mel- 

vyn Libman, Donald Friedman, Elliot Milstein, Michael Pink, Gary Brainin 
Not in panel: Paul Friedman, Mitchell Meltzer, Michael Rosen 



371 






Officers — Top row: John Marzuke, secretary; Samuel Hill, 
pledge trainer; James Beaumont, treasurer 

Bottom row: James Hotchkiss, vice president; Paul Landgren, 
president; James McNally, social chairman 



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SIGMA CHI 



410 East John 128 Active Chapters 






Top row : Richard Thomas, Keith Miller, Bruce Hart, Stuart Galland, Clifford Roehm, Richard McWard, Lawrence Anderson, Glenn Rosbrook, Frank 

Cheatham, David Thomas, Peter Hess, Stuart Hall, John Ruth, Ward Adams, Robert Schmidt 
Third row: John Wessels, Fred Stark, Robert Cornelisen, Thomas Jordan, Michael Walters, Clyde Nielsen, Thomas Olson, Edward Cleveland, Lon 

Rademacher, Derald Brackmann, Stephen Brown, Everett Kimmel, Richard Fletemeyer, David Lierman, Thomas Seemayer, Paul Prehn, Wesley 

Lindberg 
Second row : Herman Schafer, Robert O'Connell, Paul Meginnis, David Powell, Frank Robinson, James McNally, Samuel Hill, John Marzuke, Paul 

Landgren, James Beaumont, James Hotchkiss, Roger Maupin, Loren Sanders, Richard Jenks, Richard Hoff, Carl Faust 
Bottom row: Roger Derby, Kendall Anderson, Jerry Hamilton, John Rooney, Howard Schmidt, Franklin Sheley, Leo Blankfield, Michael Miller, 

David Rademacher, James Pierce, Austin Furlong, Christopher Lavick, Tracy Potter, Joseph Huyler 
Not in panel: John Buley, David Cadwallader, Robert Cagann, Howard Carr, John Easterbrook, Ronald Goerne, Richard Hendrickson, Richard 

Luker, Richard McElhiney, Cyrus Nichols, William Offenbeeher, David Roseman, Walter Shaw, Richard Smith, Donald Tjarksen, John Voyda, 

Lorin Whittaker 




372 






Officers — Top row: William Boncosky, house manager; James 
Skinner, recorder; James Gibbons, treasurer 

Bottom row: Scott Walker, lieutenant commander; Richard 
Collins, commander ; Paul Bowman, social chairman 



SIGMA NU 




1009 West Pennsylvania 123 Active Chapters 




Top row: James Huck, Robert Hartsock, William Wood, Thomas Dolan, Daniel Vittum, Jeffery Roski, Denton Karle, Paul Slavens, Thomas Sowka, 
Kirk Maslin, Terry Geiling, Urban Weidner, Karl Keller, John Bledsoe, Bruce Johnson, Jeffery Butler 

Third row: Gregory Brondos, James Norton, Frank Hailand, Robert Snow, James Johnston, William Neary, Bruce Karr, Jon Busse, Donn Alspaugh, 
Donald Norlander, Ronald Woods, Ronald Miller, Robert Kinney, Saunders McCord, Larry Hooker, Thomas Polston 

Second row: Vito Iovino, Wayne Gleim, John Paul, Paul Bowman, Richard Collins, Mrs. Barnhill, James Gibbons, James Skinner, William Bon- 
cosky, Lawrence Stasaitis 

Bottom row: James Roberts, John Harris, Rondall Skinner, Ronald Blumenshine, Charles Heath, Donald Sommerville, Ronald Kuykendall, Anthony 
Schaeffer, James Childers, James LaVelle, Richard Stafford, John Werner 

Not in panel: Theodore Beastall, Keith Blandford, Thomas Chandler, Paul Gaecke, Paul Golaszewski, David Jahn, David Klingel, Dean Langford, 
Robert Lenz, Robert Leslie, Robert McBride, Gerald Moser, Thomas Rhodes, George Silvest, Thomas Simpson, Scott Walker, David Wickersham 



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Officers — Top roiv : John Morse, pledge master; Francis George, 
vice president; John Perry, business manager 

Bottom row: Silas Strode, president; Dan Duwell, correspond- 
ing secretary 





SIGMA PHI DELTA 

1103 West Illinois 11 Active Chapters 




Top row: Eugene Parry, William Hanko, Lester Newberry, Kenneth Qualheim, Clark Bright, Ronald Swallow, David Hartnett, David Bunting, Prank 

Thompson 
Second row : Robert Ingram, Delos Kittoe, John Van Horn, James Bruen, Joseph Kennell, Jack Barr, Philip Nelson, Bradley Horton, Jon Grushka 
Bottom row : John Morse, John Perry, Silas Strode, Francis George, Dan Duwell, Prof. A. R. Knight, Prof. M. S. Helm 
Not in panel: Louis Braun, John Holmquest 




374 






Officers — Left to right: Kenneth Larson, secretary; Conrad 
Hewitt, vice president; Fred Dueey, president; Dennis 
Tabisz, comptroller ; Dean Jones, historian 




SIGMA PHI EPSILON 

1105 South Fourth 145 Active Chapters 



375 



Top row: John Convey, Donald Graham, Arthur Aldridge, Albert Baugher, Truman Hix, Robert Jones, Peter Kresl, John Adams, James Grimson, 

Robert Gaston, Marion Lyons, Jed Orme, John Diserio 
Third row : Glen Cartwright, Thomas Knox, David Brown, Harris Vayo, Kenneth Larson, Dean Jones, Edward Williams, Richard Kinst, Robert 

Troutt, Robert Dunworth, Edwin Dobbs, Harry Hartel, Dennis Denny, Lloyd Atwell 
Second row: Arthur Murray, Richard Haimbaugh, Gordon Johns, Conrad Hewitt, Fred Ducey, Dennis Tabisz, Eugene Racek, John Steben, Norman 

Hoube, James Mahon 
Bottom row : Donald McSorley, Larry Showley, Arthur Kulans, Donald Roznak, Douglas Tonkinson, James Zuidema, Richard Kurz, Mac Churchill, 

"Victor Strang 
Not in panel : Lawerence Garrison, Darrel Kahl, Wilfred Robinson 






Officers — Top row : William Davenport, treasurer; Anthony 
Danosky, herald; Miles Whitten, secretary 

Bottom row : Donald Long, pledge trainer; George Bowman, 
president; John Nelson, vice president 





SIGMA PI 



402 East Armory 60 Active Chapters 



Top row : Denzil Morehead, Bruce Sigler, Robert Lanzotti, Paul Player, Edwin Henn, Allan Post, Ray Barnes, Donald Williams, Ronald Jourdan, 
Frank Krai, Robert Lochen, James Kaminski, Rudolph Dorner, James Klopfleisch 

Third row : Charles Barter, Robert Will, Richard Regentz, Anthony Danosky, Paul Paben, George Utz, Robert Colwell, John Moran, Bruce New- 
comb, Ronald Primmer, James McMillan, Donald Gilkison, Reaugh Eaton, Joseph Cusimano 

Second row : Robert Frisk, Kenneth Spengler, Ronald Morris, Arlyn Renkes, Lowry Bayley, John Nelson, William Davenport, Donald Long, Miles 
Whitten, Terry Whitten, Robert Regan 

Bottom row: Wayne Hecht, Joseph Schmidt, Gerald Konrad, John Dabler, Lonnie Schunk, Robert Pearson, Lawrence Witt, Leslie Braun 

Not in panel: George Bowman, Jerry Algeo, Robert Luetje, Stephen Webb, Robert Speth, Ronald Shipka, Wilbur Near, Richard Correll, Charles 
Dexter, Robert Srodon, Joseph Mendera, David Metzler, Thomas Coulson, John Sanford 




376 






Officers — Top row: Robert Wilhoit, treasurer; Richard Ber- 

nardini, secretary 
Bottom row : Raymond Rezutka, president ; Gene Meurer, vice 

president 




SIGMA TAU GAMMA 



1109 South Fourth 52 Active Chapters 



Top row : Irwin Staller, Jerry Frey, John Crosette, Anthony Guepin, Gerald Van Treeck, Richard Grandchamp, Larry Lusz 
Third row : Robert Bellman, Donald Davis, Kenneth Holian, Richard Vissering, John Rhea, David Berman, Kenneth Kamber, James Wolff 
Second row: Harvey Unison, Robert Wilhoit, Richard Bernardini, Raymond Rezutka, Gene Meurer, Vincent Schmeckpeper, Thomas Fennell 
Bottom row : Stuart Stein, Alan Grubman. Dave Lange, Wayne Painter, Martin Schlossman, Harry Klein 

Not in panel : Bernard Aronson, Daniel Colbert, Herman Delacuesta, Ivan Delacuesta, Byron Eggemeyer, George Loacker, Donald McElfresh, Ken- 
neth Row, Kaye Johnson 



377 






Officers — Top row: Philip Liss, quaestor; Ronald Field, vice- 
consul; Frederick Klein, rushing chairman 

Bottom row: Ronald Winchell, social chairman; Jerold Heekt- 
man, consul; Jerome Heller, house manager; David Kay- 
ner, commissar 





TAU DELTA PHI 

1105 South First 30 Active Chapters 




Top row: Laurence Weinstock, Mort Segall, Robert Chanan, Arnold Grauer, Sheldon Weinstein, Richard Gold, Tamas Acel, Burton Turek, Alan 

Comm, Robert Colen, Melvin Hecktman 
Third row : Merrill Greenberger, Bruce Schultz, Robert Nimz, Edwin Gooze, Harold Bierman, Murray Simpson, Robert Boyar, Leon Reivitz, Richard 

Karlov, Jay Hechtman, Barry Semer, Allen Rubin 
Second row : Alvin Becker, Jerome Heller, David Kayner, Ronald Winchell, Jerold Hecktman, Ronald Field, Frederick Klein, Philip Liss, George 

Rosen 
Bottom row : Herbert Kanter, Melvin DeGraff, Burton Handler, Arthur Rissman, Bernard Cherry, Melvin Gerson, Elliot Peskin, Gerald Silver 
Not in panel: Jerome Brodlie, Herman Diesenhaus, Melvyn Markon, Bernard November, Leslie Bell, David Belson, Stuart Brand, Raymond Moldow 



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Officers — Top row: Elliot Zimmerman, member at large; 

Michael Fox, bursar; Morrie Much, scriber 
Bottom row : Charles Hirsch, chancellor ; Richard Erkes, vice 

chancellor 




TAU EPSILON PHI 



105 East Armory 43 Active Chapters 




Top row: Gary Adelman, James Futterman, Judd Missner, Earl Holtzman, Robert Ross, Philip Reinstein, Dan Weiner, Edwin Shapiro, Howard 

Rosenfeld, Aaron Levine, Jordan Fishman, Michael Schwartz, Alan Sandler, Ronald Damask, Joel Slutzky 
Third row: Eugene Brodsky, Michael Iseberg, Morton Goldsmith, Jay Chapman, David Feingold, Joel Fischer, Ronald Emmerman, Marvin Gitler, 

Laurence Pearson, David Weinberg, Bernard Petchenik, Benjamin Simon, Raymond Levin, Joseph Levine, Spencer Schwartz, Elliot DuBois, 

Samuel DeNosaquo, Neil Agruss ,,...„ , t,. , 

Second row : Ronald Kaiser, Larry Pollock, James Fox, Morton Sapkin, Laurence Rubin, Elliot Zimmerman, Michael Fox, Charles Hirsch, Richard 

Erkes, Morrie Much, Stuart Wallace, Larry Berkley, Jay Bishov, Robert Sharp, Sheldon Migdal 
Bottom row : Leonard Aronson, Herbert Gould, Jerrold Aronson, Gene Slutkin, Howard Rothberg, Alvin Goldberg, Leonard Goldstein, Harvey Cole, 

Lawrence Wolf, Clifford Janoff, Leroy Fine, Roger Mandel 



379 






Officers — Left to right: William Meisterling, treasurer; Robert 
Siegert, pledge trainer; David Herr, sergeant at arms; 
Joseph Vogg, vice president; Jack Lusk, president; George 
Sher, secretary; Russell Putnam, chaplain 

Not in panel: Charles Bednar, historian 




TAU KAPPA EPSILON 

308 East Armory 141 Active Chapters 



Top row: Lowell Schmidt, Robert Haymaker, Charles Peterson, Louis Landt, Thomas Kruchten, Bruce Bunkenburg, David Middlemas, Walter Jus- 
tice, Hans EkJund, Robert Ashbrook, Norman Glenn, Richard Lansford, Charles Boos 

Fourth row : Albert Mulberry, Larry Rostetter, Larry Schrader, Donald Edwards, Gordon Malstrom, Dennis Ackerman, William Middleton, Norman 
Pombelle. John Stelzer, Kenneth Plambeck, David Heindel, William Lewis, Paul Elmer, Wayne Keller, John Tucker, Joseph Watson 

Third row : Harold Bextel, Charles Bednar, David Herr, William Meisterling, Joseph Vogg, Jack Lusk, George Sher, Russell Putnam, James Bigley, 
Frederick Naegele 

Second row: Robert Sarsany, Davis Keeler, Larry Jost, Ronald Larson, Thomas Hilligoss, Rodney Sherman, Robert Phillips, Richard Keough, John 
Bray, James Joehl, William Trotter 

Bottom row : Jerald Rhine, Raymond Godsil, Ronald Kolish, Allan Schmidt, Jerry McCannon, Bradley Bransky, Larry Mitchell, Harold Meek, Dale 
Dufour, Frederick Gustafson 

Not in panel: Robert Siegert, Wayne Webb, Joseph Legru, John Voelpel, William Clark, Fred Crowe, William Gutschow, Noel Lehner, John Aulvin, 
Roger Roderick, John Paulson, Charles Eastman, Dean Sheaffer 




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Seers — Le/t <o right: William Blake, secretary; Henry 
Kapell, treasurer; William Hayes, president; James 
Lauritsen, pledge marshall; Ernest Humphrey, vice presi- 
dent 




THETA CHI 



505 East Chalmers 121 Active Chapters 




Top row: William Barnstable, Edwin Gaylord, Gerald Ulrich, John Schill, Donald Koenig, Keith Lichtenwalter, Harold Fort, George Van Wagner, 

Larry Snyder, Frederick Stuber, James Lewis, Philip Roberts 
Third row. William Blake, Nicholas Carras, Larry McMullan, Ronald Viemont, Ronald Parks, David Anderson, John Milne, Robert Tewes, John 

Cushman, George Smith, John Moss, James Lytle, Byron Connell, Paul Ingerson, Roger May, Harry Doyle 
Second row: David Salbego, Charles Curry, James Lauritsen, Henry Kapell, William Hayes, Ernest Humphrey, Noel Biery, William Terry, Richard 

Starmann 
Bottom row ; Edward Willis, Gary Cooper, John Carr, Tom Samuelson, Gerald Langkammerer, Richard Elliott, Jerry Latta, Robert Mayor, Richard 

Haines, Alfred Schmidt 
Not in panel: John Frank, Bill Greenwell, Thomas Haller, Carl Johnson, James Muirhead, Walwyn Trezise 



381 






Officers — Top row: Konald Lamson, vice president; Frank 
Spink, president; Robert Becker, treasurer 

Bottom row: Niel Krueger, librarian; Charles Thompson, cor- 
responding secretary ; Neil Wiley, recording secretary 





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901 South Second 29 Active Chapters 



Top row : David Kelly, Robert Randolph, James Blakely, John Ransdell, Jon French, Eldon Volling, Darrell Cruea, James Mitchel, Donald Barak, 

Lee Sentman, Brian Larson, David Alexander, Eugene Abraham, Frank Clinton 
Second row: Kendall Fugate, Niel Krueger, Charles Thompson, Ronald Lamson, Frank Spink, Robert Becker, Neil Wilev, Robert Stubbs 
Bottom row ■ John Schelkopf, John Randolph, Harold Heft, Floyd Dollerhide, Robert Reese, Donald Newccmb, Jerry Williams, Thomas Roley 
Not in panel : Arnold Skipworth 






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Officers — Top row: Richard Poster, secretary; John Mar- 
chetti, president ; David Laufer, pledge trainer 

Bottom row: George Fatta, vice president; Gerald Podlin, 
treasurer 



THETA KAPPA PHI 

1011 South Sixth 24 Active Chapters 



383 



Top row : Ronald Kozan, James Fraher, Arthur Callahan, William Heiser, Harold Hay-ward, Carl Miklas, Charles Schmidt, Lawrence Duchene, Joseph 

Abel, Richard Lyons, Lawrence Sennello 
Second row : Alfred Davis, Richard Eberhardy, David Laufer, George Fatta, John Marchetti, Richard Foster, William Kerns, Gerald Podlin 
Bottom row : Thomas Lorenz, Ralph Blust, James Laufer, Terence Tucker, Allen Trojnar, Gregg DeWolf 
Not in panel: Leroy Marcheschi, William Puskac 






Officers — Left to right: Vernon Falkenhain, house manager; 
Milton Otto, treasurer; Fred Hayden, president; James 
Tough, secretary; Carl Bauman, social chairman; Fred 
Moyer, vice president 





THETA XI 






205 East Armory 55 Adtlve Chapters 



Top row : Terence Harkness, Robert Jones, Robert Serson, David Wilson, Raymond Becherer, Thomas Colman, Richard Ollila, Donald Sittnick, 

William Hartman, Ronald Harris, David Johnson, Richard York, Warren Gabhart, Charles Akers, Richard Sanders 
Third row: Douglas Heyn, Anton Stepanek, Paul Hagler, Jon Peacy, Richard Hamilton, Edward McNamarra, James Sincox, Jack Bryer, Stewart 

Reiman, Monte Fullerton, Adrian Banky, Charles Ramser, Bruce Vogel. Paul Wilsey 
Second row : Carl Schlageter, Michael Economos, John Hoeksema, Vernon Falkenhain, Carl Bauman, Milton Otto, Fred Hayden, Fred Moyer, James 

Tough, Max Whitman, George Psalidas, James Sharp, John Benisek 
Bottom row : Billy Rojas, David Henderson, Robert Lower, George Daughters, Thomas Smith, Robert Fahey, David McDowell, Lawrence Miller, 

Nils Fagerman, James Knapp, Patrick Harris, Ralph Merten 
Not in panel: Gus Athas, Roy Buckner, Jon Comp 




384 






Officers — Top row: William Mavity, house manager; Richard 
Snyder, commissary; Seymour VanDeursen, corresponding 
secretary; Arthur Stellmach, vice president 

Bottom row: Richard Foster, treasurer; Ronald Lee, presi- 
dent; Bruce Anderson, recording secretary 




TRIANGLE 

112 East Daniel 18 Active Chapters 






Top row: Richard Bergholz, Harold Collins, Henry Timmer, Darrell Gieseking, John Pearson, John Hultberg, Aldrich Lipka, Richard Plummer, 

Louis Laske 
Second row: William Mavity, Richard Snyder, Bruce Anderson, Ronald Lee, Arthur Stellmach, Richard Foster, Seymour VanDeursen, James Suhre 
Bottom row: Gary Donnell, Carl Gruber, Clarence Hurt, William Schaulin, Perry Olsen, Alwin Sorensen, John Unison, Robert Geiser 








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Cohon, vice president; Fred Linkon, president; Norman 
Margolin, treasurer ; Alan Tobias, secretary; Alan Nudle- 
nian, historian 






ZETA BETA TAU 

907 South Fourth 49 Active Chapters 



Top row : Jerome Davis, Robert Smith, Paul Lederer, Ronald Fellheimer, Roger Weissman, Stuart Goodman, Alan Jaffe, Donald Bernstein, Michael 
Goldman, Dennis Zeitlin, Ned Cowan, Phillip Cowan, Jay Gellerman, Larry Leiken, Paul Shapiro, Paul Hofman, Michael Brainin, Paul Kupfer- 
berg, David Baum 

Third row : Richard Lazar, Leonard Gertler, Robert Silberstein, Allan Tobias, Allen Gerstein, David Marblestone, Howard Wechsler, Sanford Rich- 
man, Edward Cohon, Maynard Brittan, Edwin Goldman, Mark Durschlag, Barry Greenberg, Alan Nudleman 

Second row : Julian Molinas, Peter Herrmann, Eugene Dreyer, Howard Carney, Norman Margolin, Fred Linkon, Mrs. Epstein, Donald Goldstein, 
Stephen Harrison, Julian Bockserman, Albert Simon 

Bottom row : Jeffrey Perkins, George Gruner, David Sherman, Marvin Lipofsky, Sanford Jaffe, Arthur Glassman, Gordon Wiss, Ted Friedman, Joel 
Schwart, Neil Smalkin, Ivan Zuiback, Burton Friedlander, Herbert Wolfe 

Not in panel : Richard Shapiro, Sidney Copilow 




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Officers — Top row: Donald Wirth, supreme council; Richard 
Lindrooth, treasurer ; Michael Coleman, supreme council 

Bottom row: Robert Stusrud, vice president; William Swartz, 
president 





ZETA PSI 

201 East John 33 Active Chapters 



Top row : John Lane, Neal Bridgwater, Larry Staral, Burton Nelson, Paul Bennett, David Foster, Earl Rettig, James McCormick, Charles Kelly, 

Malcolm MacLean, Thomas Holmes, Harry Remmers 
Second row : Theodore Guernsey, Lyle Sykora, George Iken, Donald Wirth, Robert Stusrud, William Swartz, Richard Lindrooth, Michael Coleman, 

Alan Larson, Norman Lawrence, Claude Kellogg, Edwin Franklin, John Marray 
Bottom row : Kent Rothrock, Karl Weinner, Allen Larson, Robert Mason, Gordon Rosenberger, Victor Lukas, Mark Parrent, David Storer, Raymond 

Hall, Stewart Lewis, Larry Johnson 
Not in panel: Douglas Rettig, David Voepel, Ronald Gauss, George Bryan, Raymond Pitton 




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Officers — Left to right: Neil Arends, intermural chairman; 
Raymond Van NaKa, vice president; John Nebtirka, 
president; Gilbert Trock, social chairman; Michael 
Lapin, treasurer; Herbert Goldman, scholastic chairman; 
Harold Becker, secretary 



ARMORY HOUSE 



1010 South Second 



Top row.- Diamond Dettore, Gus Mihalopulos, Erwin Gold, James Lloyd, Robert Haggerty, Joel Smith, Sheldon Becker, Bruce Wolff, Richard Boyle, 

Thomas Matalin, Jack Marks, Bruce Jensen, Bernard Feldman, Joseph Karr, Robert Scharlach, Thomas Kaleta, James Gerstle, Robert Peterson, 

Robert Bruce, Allan Fishman, Robert Smid, Richard Schlaadt, AJvin Solomon 
Fourth row : Peter Swanson, Arnold Hirsch, Roger Sugg, William Carr, Robert Yackel, David Snowden, Frank Gazdziak, Walter Schramm, Peter 

Hudd, Robert Reuss, Gerald O'Bryan, Donovan Essex, Russell Kalfas, Milan Gnjatovich, Edward Bauer, Arnold Freund, Stanley Eden, Bruce 

Phillips, Seymour Gutzait, Terrence Holton, Raymond Willem 
Third row : Bruce Diershaw, John Schwab, Sidney Rutledge, Charles Faust, Herbert Jensen, Joseph Pauly, Michael Spafford, Walter Gunn, Jerry 

Reich, Ronald Goodman, Harvey Geerts, Daniel Dilts, Edward Stapp, William Flynn 
Second row : Ronald Rubenstein, Gary Meyer, Karl Pierson, John Gallo, Daniel Oberle, Robert Awe, Lance Lindeen, Theodore Feineis, Robert St. 

Clair, John Cozza, Richard Craig, Gerald Jahnke, Dennis Norbeck, Paul Steward 
Bottom row : Marvin Dunaway, David Salapatek, Robert Switzer, Roger Matoushek, Larry Neeman, Walter Jagiello, Roy Shellow, Paul Piovesan, 

Gerald Vermeulen, Ronald Villani 
Not in panel: Thomas Brady, Theodore Crackel, Louis Gaiennie, Joseph Garpiel, Howard Radlove, Jerry Rainbolt, Charles Risinger 




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Officers — Top row: William Ripley, scholarship chairman; 

Lawrence Kuzela, secretary ; Donald Finlayson, treasurer; 

Daniel Doyle, house manager 
Bottom row: Earl Sayers, president; Lawrence Bramanti, 

vice president ; Paul Rowe, social chairman 




BALMORAL CLUB 




Top row: Paul Watson, Leslie Wieduwilt, John Simons, Paul Giberson, John Keegan, Carroll Homann, Paul Arneson, Gerald Donahue, Frank 

Aldridge, Robert Watson, Ronald Hall 
Second row : Paul Rowe, Daniel Doyle, William Ritson, Lawrence Kuzela, Lawrence Bramanti, Neal Ball, Mrs. Roth, Earl Sayers, Donald Finlayson, 

Fred Bishop, William Ripley, Hans Kensbock, Richard Kavanagh 
Bottom row : Edward Malecki, Ora Hausser, John Hendricks, Thomas Lasser, Lester Harris, Terry Marlow, Anthony Naimo, Joseph Leigh, Norman 

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Officers — Top rotv : Robert Mietz, secretary ; John Rymarcsuk, 
athletics; Robert Wexler, treasurer; Jack Pombert, social 
chairman 

Bottom row: Francis Emmons, president; Edward Behr, social 
chairman; Tom Dziubala, vice president 





CAGLE HALL 



301 East Armory 



Top row : Stephen Chen, Robert Trunnelle, Gerald Hawkins, Ted Mathieu, Bernard Keerbs, Paul Pearson, Jeffrey Pauly, Lester Jensen, David 

Lasky, William Thompson, Edward Herron 
Third row : Richard King, Irving Ferrias, Robert Sheeler, Louis Rosen, Marshall Lipson, Howard Janssen, Peter Wenzel, Elmer Ciesiel, George 

Doering, George Schoenbacher, Fred Witthans 
Second row : Robert Sweidel, Robert Mietz, Neal Kludy, Ronald Nickel, Edward Behr, Jack Pombert, Francis Emmons, William Cunningham, Robert 

Wexler, John Rymarcsuk, Thomas Dziubala, George Virgil 
Bottom row : Ronald Nelson, Michael Kirkpatrick, Arthur Schultz, Robert Feuerstein, Eugene Barasch, Vladimir Abramchik, Norman Miller, Joel 

Downey, Richard Kirkpatrick, Richard Hengl, Bart Bertolino 



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fleers — Left to right: Allen Anderson, intramural chairman; 
Donald Teague, social chairman; Jerry Lundry, scho- 
lastic chairman; Gerald Totall, MIA representative; 
Michael Hill, secretary-treasurer ; George Sumrall, presi- 
dent; George Hicks, vice president 







CALHOUN HALL 



1008 South Lincoln 






Top row: Raymond Sturm, Charles Pugh, Robert Finck, Lowell Burgin, Raymond Hagen, Donald Kraatz, Jacob Seibel, David Whitfield, Thomas 

Sorrells, Douglas Zolper 
Second row : Gerald Totall, Allen Anderson, Michael Hill, George Hicks, George Sumrall, Donald Teague, Jerry Lundry, Richard Ferry 
Bottom row : George Talbott, David Surbeck, Robert Post, Robert Gronquist, Frank Shoufer, Robert Cicigoi 



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Officers — Top row: Gary Camenisch, social chairman; Gene 
DePesa, athletic chairman; Robert Piper, councilor 

Bottom row; Jesse Hale, councilor; Ivan Read, president; 
Louis Huhsman, secretary-treasurer 



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Top row ■. Peter Turner, David Starcevich, Tommy Clark, Dee Brooks, Charles Frank, Robert Fisher, Ronald Anderson, Alf Houkom, John Hocking, 

John Rosendahl, William Hemesath, James Forre€ter, Donald Stoll 
Third row : Gary Cummins, Darrell Marlow, Leon Minkoff, Jackie Faro, Robert Cone, Robert Henson, Paul Franciscovich, RonaM Melvin, David 

Butts, Christian Andreasen, Lee Jensen, Fred Kramer 
Second row : Victor Williams, Ronald Moss, Kenneth Johnson, Jesse Hale, Louis Huhsman, Gene DePesa, Ivan Read, Gary Camenisch, Robert Piper, 

John &wanson, Gene Ahlquist, Robert Gant 
Bottom row : Norbert Sipiera, Bruce Kelley, Myron Gray, Ralph Derango, Wayne Schultz, Ronald Williams, Richard Vogler, Ronald Hemmer, Walter 

Okon 
Not in panel: Charles Aschenbrenner, Joseph Dechario, Carl Ellis, Robert Doran, Larry Garrison, Donald Hausnecht, Harold Huber, George Koonce, 

Danlee Mitchell, Donald O'Connell, Kenneth Petrovic, Gaylord Weaver, Edward Williams, Roger Williams 




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Officers — Top row: James Still well, athletic chairman; David 
Joseph, treasurer; Kenneth Branch, social chairman; 
Philip Gritten, MIA representative 

Bottom row: Michael Terstriep, vice president; Donald Magd- 
ziasz, president; James Harvey, secretary 




COLLEGE HALL 



311 East Green 




Top row:, Robert Sands, Walter Ginther, James Gardner, Ronald Alexis, Loren Strohman, John Bartley, John Schwegler, Gary Rittenhouse, Henry 

Oberle, Jerrell Clark, Robert Pashe, Gerald Glaub, David Shaw, Robert Hechler, Roger Berg, Harold Tokujo 
Fourth row : Joseph Nixon, William Ruschmeier, Allan Anderson, John Lockner, John Richards, Robert Robinson, Ronald Schmitz, Donald Tremper, 

Steven Smith, Robert Wadsworth, Richard Welin, George Coward, Robert Blasdell, John Moore, Gary Leaf, Robert Ulman, Sherril Glover 
Third row : Philip Bowen, Philip Davis, Philip Gritten, Kenneth Branch, James Harvey, Donald Magdziasz, Michael Terstriep, David Joseph, James 

Stillwell, Ronald Lawwill, James Gastel 
Second row: Larry Blankenship, Paul Ballard, Larry Rose, Gerald Todd, Donald Miller, Lyle Bremmer, Russell Funderburg, Phillip Johnson, Lee 

Snap, David McConkey, Ronald Hallendorff 
Bottom row : Glenn Irwin, Edward Kirk, Donald Riviere, Clifford Holtz, Wayne Hill, Saul Consuelos, Richard Lamb, Charles Pedersen, Rollin 

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Officers — Left to right: William Doyle, vice president; Alan 
Sons, president; Phillip Field, treasurer; John Brandt, 
senior adviser; Gerald Goettsche, secretary 





EVANS SCHOLARS 

206 East Green 6 Active Chapters 



Top row : Walter Lenz, Edmund Liss, Melvin Krejci, Wayne Timm, Charles Simon, Charles Guyot, Irving Garlovsky, Herbert Klein, James Carey, 

Ronald Quentin, Edward Sarsha, Francis Bowers, Edward Starzyk 
Third row : Thomas Tirado, Gaylord Rogeness, Samuel Smith, Kenneth Shenfish, Guy Marella, Robert Stanek, David Hanson, Donald Mahaffy, 

Michael Cleary, Richard Lewis, Gordon Owens, Robert Wozniak, Walter Wierwille, Thomas Ewald 
Second row : Donald Stanek, Donald Tyrcha, Phillip Field, William Doyle, Alan Sons, Gerald Goettsche, John Brandt, John Blassick, Roger Erick- 

son, Frank Hendricks 
Bottom row : Thomas Giblin, James Utaski, Alan Kaur, Robert Krajewski, Simon Sheridan, Matthew McBride, Jason Morgan, Thomas Volk, Frank 

Cipriana, Duane Weis 
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Officers — Top row: Frank McGrail, sergeant at arms; Richard 
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Bottom row: Darryl Albright, intramural chairman; Michael 
Verkler, president; James Molenaar, social chairman; Nel- 
son Prose, vice president 




Top row ; Philip Wilson, Boyce McWard, Robert Mills, Bruce Jewell, Lynn Van Dyke, John Gedelman, John Harris, Barton Roffee, John Shepard, 
Ronald Fowler, Richard Kuck, Earl Sexton, David Kuhn, Lawrence Martling, Eugene Smith, Walter Pratt, David Sellmyer, Paul Nickoley, 
Robert Kostal, Halsey Matteson, Vaughn Kurtz, George Eierdam, Clarence Nelson, Ronald Ladley 

Fourth row : Richard Blakeley, Donald Muerle, Eric Orkild, Joe Dodson, Oliver Weeneborg, Kenneth Tierney, Jon Jenkins, August Rymut, Robert 
Furry, Albert Thomas, Lyle Jensen, Joseph Kellen, Larry Mittendorf, John Furno, William Brzegowy, Joseph Sidor, Mark Powers, James Al- 
bright, Gary Hacker, Robert Pringle, Roger Cote 

Third row : James Eyre, James Fry, Jackie Riddle, John Pettigrew, Robert Kramer, David Stanger, Nelson Prose, Michael Verkler, Darryl Albright, 
James Molenaar, Richard Huitema, Frank McGrail, Robert Schroeder, James Hogan 

Second row : Donald Bader, Theodore Igel, Joseph Gill, Bruce Botsford, Luke Larocca, Allen Swan, Robert Miller, Glenn Truckenbrod, Robert 
Scharff, Edward Janke, Fred Grayless, Joaquin Cicero 

Bottom row : Thomas Pullen, Robert Whittman, Michael Germano, Thomas Smith, Thomas Pfeiffer, Ronald Schmidt, Paul Schlake, Roy Dinschel, 
Stephen Paluch, Norman Browning 

Not in panel : Sherwin Braun, Robert Butkus, Thomas Cleckner, Richard Cobb, Roy Dodd, Neil Hawkins, John Herendeen, William Johnson, Bern- 
ard Marek, Donald Marek, Arthur Peterson, Charles Rhodes, John Ritchey, Kenneth Schaefer, Michael Sovereign, David Wrone 



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Officers — Top row: Neal Chamberlain, treasurer; Donald 
Levandoski, social chairman; Jerry Hogan, commissar; 
Robert John, chaplain 

Bottom row: James Reiter, vice president; Ronald Gebhardt, 
house manager; James Gaffney, president 





KOINONIA 






409 East Daniel 



Top row : Donald Sample. Zeno Kopeeky, Robert Ford 

Fourth row: Henrv So, Willie Scott, James Filler, James Elliott 

Third row: Riley Walters, Frederick Running, Patrick Downey, Robert Taylor, Donald Lindholm, Carl Lundstrom, Ronald Hafer 

Second roiv : Ronald Lingwall, Sok Taek Kim, Robert John, Donald Gibbs, Ronald Gebhardt, Mathai John 

Bottom row: Robert Hansen, Homer Wright, James Reiter, Jerry Hogan, James Gaffney, Donald Levandoski, Neal Chamberlain 



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Officers — Top row: Tom Liljegren, commissar; Norman Lind- 
blad, president; Norman Roden, house manager; Richard 
Reichelt, treasurer 

Bottom row: John Holmes, secretary; Samuel Birkey, vice 
president and chaplain 



MINAWA LODGE 



401 East Green 



Top row : Donald Gerig, John Lehmann, Anthony Wauterlek, John Wauterlek, Roger Gerig, Kenneth Stults, William Johnson, John Anderson, Don- 
ald Bartel, Norman Fuqua 

Second row: Ralph Jacobson, Don Nelson, Tom Liljegren, Samuel Birkey, Norman Lindblad, John Holmes, Norman Roden, Richard Reifthelt, John 
Hall, Warren Mason 

Bottom row: Lenard Meyer, Paul Lindstrom, Raymond Koopman, William Colby, Clifford Stabler, Charles Hook, Allan Anderson, John Hade, Tsu- 
tomu Tokunaga 

Not in panel : Donald Berg 



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NABOR HOUSE 



811 West Oregon 



Top row : Alvin Wire, Lamarr Evans, James Myers 

Fourth row: Mark Zimmerman, Thomas Melton, Edward Turner, David Christopherson, James Rakestraw, William Yinglinger 
Third row : Leonard Higgs, Vernon Brazle, Roger Higgs, Robert Reiners, James Melton, Lawrence Duewer, Robert Coffman 
Second row: Dale Burton, Harold James, Robert Frank, Eldon Sparrow, Francis Barton, Larry Bailey 

Bottom row: Jerry Stoller, secretary; David Hartley, pledgemaster ; Vernon Eidman, president; Dale Ruckman, vice president; Glen Gullakson, 
treasurer 




398 





Officers — Top row: John Arends, social chairman; Jack Be- 
dore, president; Lawrence Morrissey, vice president 

Bottom row: Joseph Mirabella, sports chairman; Michael 
Sasso, secretary; Donald Malinowski, treasurer 




NEWMAN HALL 



604 East Armory 



Top row : Arthur Paolini, Michael Puharich, Thaddeus Boduch, John Zdebski, Arnold Gordus, Hurley Reed, John Styles, Lawrence Morrissey, 

Creighton Warren, Joseph Marchello, Charles McClellan, Robert Beaulieu, James Johnston 
Second row : David Mack, Gene Wojciechowski, John Shea, Michael Sasso, Donald Malinowski, Arthur Williams, Rev. J. Martin, Rev. E. Duncan, 

Rev. E. O'Rourke, Jack Bedore, Gregory Ganakos, John Chaput, Gerald Honey, Donald Kubose, Henry Judeikis, George Rosinski 
Bottom row: Joseph Mirabella, Peter Bianco, David Kamm, Philip Lembo, Donald Pries, Donald Gurney, Armand Ferrini, Edward Lazinski, 

Robert Jurewicz, Thomas McGuire, Harvey Olken 




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Officers — Top row: Ramsey Melcher, co-social chairman; 
Ralph Leuschke, co-social chairman; Herbert Salisbury, 
MIA representative; Donald Neibel, intramural chairman 

Bottom row: Max Taggart, vice president; Ross Millard, 
president; Joseph Pound, secretary-treasurer 




PRICE CLUB 



707 South Sixth 



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Top row : Leslie Shaffer, Herbert Salisbury, Larry Wolfe, Dale Snedaker, Ralph Leuschke, Dennis Hamma, William Savitch, Gerald Gersey, Robert 

Morrison, Randolph Nichols, David Coulter, Joseph Pound, Ross Millard, Jerold Deener 
Second row: Max Taggart, Ramsey Melcher, Robert Stallman, William Hughes, Michael Siegall, Lloyd Hanna, Richard Kesler, James Johnston, Hall 

Virgil, Dennis Burke, David Clement, Dennis Murphy 
Bottom row : John Pohlmann, Donald Neibel, James Lindsay, Vern Shelton, Alexander John, Thomas Vincent, William Houser, John Martell, David 

Alessi, Daniel Lies, Richard Missel, Edward Yerxa 
Not in panel: Ronald Kloss 



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Top row : James Hanley, Wilburn Smith, Robert White, John Porter, Richard Kurz, Robert Pearson, Karl Gingerich, Robert Schultz, William Remers, 

Richard Riccetti, Patrick Bonsignore, Raymond Kulwiec, Burton Wilson 
Third row : James Cote, Robert Vest, Richard Carlin, James Hill, John Larson, Robert BIy, William Albright, Russell Smith, James Vrentas, Edward 

Parrish, Daniel Harnish, Charles Mitchell, Jay Albright, Howard Elford 
Second row: Gerald Shinville, Peter Woo, Melvin Goldstein, Jack Tinkler, Donald McGreer, James Fedrick, Bruce Beyaert, vice president; Wilmon 

Chipman, treasurer; Robert Fraser, president; Robert Albright, Jack Hausser, William Pittman, Louis Haefele, Daniel Kg 
Bottom row : Byron Hawbecker, Dean Dickerhoof, James Collman, Richard Bush, Thomas Van Auken, Robert Tuite, Newton Werner, Hisao Kada, 

Georgo ischeele, Richard Eppler 



ALPHA CHI SIGMA 

606 West Ohio 72 Active Chapters 



BACHELOR ARMS 



304 East Armory 

Top row : David Moore, Gary Peterson, Ronald Grimm, Richard Keyser. Harold Harris, John Rifakes, Robert Young 

Bottom row: Joseph Brusherd, Donald Johnson, Steven Stroh, Wilbur Starkey, president; George Morris, vice president; Montgomery Campbell, 
secretary-treasurer; Thomas Huffman, social chairman 



402 





Top row: Donald Plack, Robert Eustice, Lee Cargill, William Kunz, Harry Windland, James Keohane, Roger Mayhew 
Bottom row: Carl Helledy, Donald Janson, Francis Greeley, Ronald Hofmann, Richard Mayeur 



BEAU CHATEAU 



212 East Green 



THE BROWERY 



1112 West Oregon 

Top row: Richard Harris, Ronald Duclos, Paul Kittle, Melvin Hendricks, Thomas Godfrey, Samuel Carmer, Bernard Ruder, John Weber 

Third row: Calvin Beatty, Ernest Slaughter, William Gossett, Robert Briggs, Ralph Gantz, Jerry Fritschle 

Second row : Gerald Johnson, Robert Martin, Mrs. Brower, Donald Freeman, Robert Kuncl 

Bottom row : Loren Wickert, James Wiltjer, James Reed, Louis Lefke, Wayne Peterson 

Not in panel : Richard Burton, Henry Sechrest, Jack Donahue, Robert Mieher, Martin Reidy, William Zbinden 




403 




Top row : Paul Joab, Kirby Johnson, Rodney Buffington, Allen Howard, James Wittwer, Richard Van Ham 

Second roiv : Darrell Johnson, Lee McNeil, Leroy Diem, Billy Wiser, Dale McConchie 

Bottom row: Roy Allison, Karl Wendel, secretary-treasurer; William Jelinek, president; Charles Vohs, Theodore Downs, Joseph Gaunt 

Not in panel: Roger Bohm, Robert Brown, Thomas Brown, Robert Henriques, Lawrence Hornbeck, Jerry Norris, Raymond Rendell 



CHEZ NOUS 



307 East Daniel 



COSMOPOLITAN 

605 East Daniel 19 Active Chapters 



Top row: Martin Alexander, Charles Gear, Orin Pearman, Arthur Tuveson , Nelson Dyer, Jacques Romain, Gary Tally 

Second row: Ole Jansson, sergeant at arms; Peter King, pledge president ; Theodorus Ruys, vice president ; Lawrence Leavitt. president ; Bernard 

Shapiro, treasurer 
Bottom row: Hemant Sathe, Ronald Madge, corresponding secretary; Samuel Hare, Roberto Andreu 
Not in panel: Kenneth Hudson, recording secretary; Reuven Mora, John Karstens 



404 





Top row: Jack Coleman, Glen Magnuson, Robert Coleman, Russell Lloyd, Jerry Thompson, proctor; Alfred Odenheimer, Kenneth Buhle 

Third row : Frank Dostalek, Darrell Klockenga, Earl Walters, Gary Swords 

Second row: Phillip Snyder, William Stimac, Roland Leisch, Fred Poeock, Samuel Coe 

Bottom row: Donald Dahlstrom, chaplain; Darrell Lohmeier, secretary-treasurer; Donald Tomasino, vice president; Albert Fosha, president ; Robert 

Anderson, social chairman; Ronald Hayden, MIA representative; Douglas Hubbard, intra-mural chairman 
Not in panel : Harvey Kulin, Reginald Kooistra, Jerry Mason, Willard Woodward 



FIRESIDE 



210 East John 



FOUR COLUMNS 



305 East John 



Top row: Maurice Bobbett, Paul Knupp, Jeffrey Fritzlen, James Thatcher, Jerry Brubeek, Thomas Auvinen, John Gregory, Don Hermes. William 

Walden, Don Thomas, Edward Bass, Roger Stephens 
Third row : Ralph Pace. Hideo Idehara, Stanley Bjurstrom, Tom Mulcahv, Robert Thornton, 

Wettering, Jeremy Valade, James McGuire, Benedict Ungar, Carter Brantner 
Second row: Michael Fleming, Lee Jess, Robert Anderson, secretary; Bernard Meyers, counselor; Wesley Stieg, counselor; Rex Reed, 

Robert Schwartz, treasurer; Conrad Fialkowski. William Volling 
Bottom row: Charles Davis, Charles Kee, Charles Becherer, Herbert Riedemann, Ronald DeSchepper, Eugene Swanson, Arnold Caplan, Howard Slafer 
Not in panel: Jerome Raskin, vice president; Leslie Goldstein 



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Top row : James Matthews, James Smith, Allen Leifer, Lawrence Waeaser, Ross Childers, LeRoy Bair, Robert Doepp 

/Second row: James Gill, Barton Youmans, secretary-treasurer; Dale Lytton, president; Mrs. Garms, Dan Thurman, vice president; Jay Poling, 

MIA representative ; Robert Kukla 
Bottom row : Lyle Hughart, Glenn Pontious, James Dodge, Mark Templeton, Ronald Leisch, Roy Thackeray, Donald Lee 
Not in panel: Leland Wells. Gene Noland, social chairman; Duane Uken 



GAR -MEN 



409 East Green 



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Top row: Anton Vilt. George Wolf, James Bugg, George Tjardes, Edwin Walker, Vernon Reich, Don Pinney, sports chairman 
Third row: Allan Wagner, Bert Fringer, Gary Wesson, Merle Haas, Larry Bandy. Charles Lane, chaplain; Willard Siepel 
Second row: John Woods, Robert Wolf, Walter Yonnker, Floyd Roberts. Donald Smallwood, social chairman; Kenneth Esgar, Larry West 
liottom rote: James Gay, treasurer; Heston Wesson, secretary; Marvin McDonald, president; Richard Walter, vice president; Harold Harms, com- 
inissar 



ILLI-DELL 

706 South Goodwin 



ILLIKNIGHTS 



Illini Union 

Top row : Edward Dillon. Robert Peters. Robert Adelsperger, Edwin Jiovak. John Koepke. Dwain Berggren. Robert Baker, Larry Fehrenbacher. 
John Klobuchar, Kenneth Becker, Edward Oliver 

Bottom row: Joseph Svatos, Robert Poer, Roy Hitch, treasurer; Charles Thomas, secretary; Robert Campbell, president; Ronald Burgess, vice presi- 
dent; Dennis Kempf. Gary Wells, Thaddeus Swiecki 

Not in panel: Thomas Heffern 



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Top row: Alfred Nystrom, Leon Kelert, James Krizmanic, Dennis Kane, James Klawitter, Peter Niemann, Robert Oldham, Robert Roller 
Second row: Kenneth Riecks, social chairman; Ronald Shoel, secretary ; Norman Earp, president; Lonnie Terill, vice president; Robert Saffer, ac- 
tivities chairman; Delmer Bailey, treasurer 
Bottom row: Calvin Myer, Freddie Sims, Ronald Lovinger, chaplain; John Hayter, Randal Braun, Gerald Nelson 



KINGS' ROW 



507 East John 



KING'S KASTLE 



906 South Sixth 



Top row: Robert Schleuning, Louis King, Gerald Ploeger, James Ploeger, Neale Fadden, Wayne Kerehner 

Third row: Albert Catalano, Lyle Read, Philip Kasbeer, Larry Sipes. Lawrence Weger, Kenneth Stone. Theodore Bruzas, Lonial Lovellette 

Second row: Paul Flynn, social chairman; Gene Brieser, vice president ; Charles Laible, president; William Bogard, secretary-treasurer; Kenneth 

Stickel, J/y.l representative 
Bottom roti : James Luehs, Derald Doehring, Philip Catalano, Gone Hollingsworth, Dunne Dennhardt, James Gibb 
Not in panel: William Fox, Karl Klepitsch, James Richey, Joseph Seymour, I.M. sport?, chairman 



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Top row: Paul Stuber, Glenn Clarida, Joe Schneidermeyer, Frank Kenyon, Howard Zinschlag, Milton Haefner 

Second row : Bruce Hansen, Dan Peck, Miguel Garzo, Hyong Kang, James Kries 

Bottom row : Anton Carollo, Dick Dandurand, Herbert Pelsen, William Werbach, George Laird 

Not in panel: Lloyd Burling, Jack Clapper, James Heemstra, Richard Rhine, Keith Weinlader 

KNIGHT CLUB ANNEX 

902 West Green 



LOOKOUT MANOR 

903 West Green 

Top row : Gerald Gregory, Frederick Hubner, Harold Rieches 

Second row : Frederick Sims, Raymond Crum, Gene Buhrmester, vice president 

Bottom row: Ronald Knake, Ronald Devaisher, president; Orville Teske, secretary-treasurer 



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Top row : Gary Hough, Stuart Hawbaker, Milton Fistel, Roger Perkins, Walter Hahn, Forman Hardwick, George Knuth, John Winthrop, William 
Bartus, William F. Hammond, Richard Almquist, Alan Eckel, Rex Heacock, Stephen Bishop 

Second row : Ronald Knapp, Jack Sehernekau, David Matteson, William Kubitz, William K. Hammond, Richard Summitt, John Reher, Laurence 
Johnson, Richard McKinlay, Robert Carlson, William Brask, Gerald Mellinger, Ronald Sawyer, Carl Wolfram, William Gernant 

Bottom row: David Sehaefer, Owen Wilson, Kenneth Cocking, Michael Hyman, social chairman; Stanley Kash, vice president; Charles Adams, presi- 
dent; Raymond Adams, secretary; Richard Lay, treasurer ; Ronald Brewer, comptroller; Ronald Fross, Russell Brewer 

Not in panel : Ray Anderson, Gerald Grose, Edward Hennighausen, counselor ; Wayne Howe, Leslie Johnson, John Kenward, Fred Kollins, Donald 
Partney, William Stephens, Vincent Zarcone, Donald Zini 



THE MANSION 



410 East Green 



MARKLAND HOUSE 



406 East John 

Top row : Roger Steinke, Donald Hobbs, John Marshall, Peter Gilster, Robert McCornack, Richard Crisp, Dennis Steinbach 

Second row : James Totten, Robert Patrick, Daniel Adami, Peter Anagnost, Dennis Dobrinich, Edwin Abendroth, William Gregurich 

Bottom row: Stephen Carmean, treasurer; Thomas Wiles, vice president; Harry Beaman, social chairman; Joseph Hodges, president; Kenneth Dim- 

mig, intramural chairman; Charles Miller, secretary 
Not in panel : Robert Gregurich 



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Top rotv : Wesley Hoskin, Neil Rendall, Petras Meilus, Craig McGuire, Louis Kuzmarskis. David Moore, David Parney, Alan Troxel, James Wabol, 

Thomas Tromblee, George Bowden, Verner McPherron 
Third row : Edward Briganti, George Miller, Maurice Stunkel, Willard Stanley, Murray Hauser, Bobby Scheller, Henry Holzkamper, Michael Hauert, 

Joseph Ferrergran.de, Walter Hopkins, Robert Shashoua, George Velek, Robert Roldan, Ronald Miech 
Second row: John Hallman, James Haas, social chairman; George Bush, vice president; Ronald Westbrook, president; Gene Heien, secretary; 

Lyle Smith, treasurer; John Wheller, athletic chairman; Frank Sorenson, Robert Kertes 
Bottom row : Dan Bailey, Rein Laane, Harold Waits, Louis Stanard, Phillip Hardy, Bernard Thompson, Wayne Fesler, Vladimir Smilansky 
Not in panel : Maury Kalnitz, Leonard Reicin, Ronald Larner, Edward Kanak, Gary Western 



MEDEA LODGE 



412 East Green 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, M.R.H. 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row : Alvin Kay, John Pennington, Milton Koester, Thomas Stark, Ronald Otto, Philip Locashio, Richard Farrell, Daniel Harnish, Alan Bobka, 

Darwin Abby, Thomas Hemminger, Kenneth Kenmotsu 
Third row: Michael Gerkin, Walter Tenclinger, Patrick Cassidy, Ezra Dweck, Paul Gaton, Richard McCormick, Gilbert Nicoll, Richard Peterson, 

Charles Slack, Marvin Mrnka, Charles Russell, Gerald Prekwas, Robert Stull, Garrel Molen 
Second row: Don Sneider, Jerry Thall, Richard Sherman, junior treasurer; William Nieft, senior treasurer; Richard Zeiner, president; Leon 

Knowles, vice president; Richard Branson, secretary; Ross Smith, social chairman; Myron Nidetz, activities chairman; Lee VanDerHulst, 

business manager 
Bottom row: Wayne Johnson, Marvin Kanter, Ralph Brill, David Slonim, Sheldon Gopin, Raymond Guyette, Lawrence Malopy, Walter Harmer 
Not in panel : Michael Filerman, Terry Costello, James DeHass, Donald Lien, Jeremiah Fruin, Dale Dillard, Stephen Lucas, Alfred Blatter, James 

Peake, Frank Lorenz, James Trefil, Norbert Golchert, Bruce Warden, Daniel Horan 



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Top row: William Nowak, Lawrence Daks, Michael Lee, William Neighbor, William Turner, Marc Stickgold, Richard Lunde, Richard Hanna, 
Michael Mortenson, Marvin Lieberman, Richard Jones, David Bertetti, Lawrence Tickner, John Ingwersen, Stuart Goldsand, Bruce Warden, 
MIA representative; James Bloomquist 

Third row: Norman Gustafson, Hubert Alpert, Joseph Calusio, Terry Costello, Arthur Fenn, Stanley Bennett, John Bero, John Stapleton, Arthur 
Krumrei, Orville D'Water, Edward Jerzak, Gordon Johnson, Thomas Barber, Donald Williams 

Second row: Kenneth Marshall, Roy Moeller, Ernest Kanak, Jerry Junas, treasurer; Scott Johannsen, vice president; Richard McCormick, presi- 
dent; Robert Breen, David Winkelmann, secretary; Barry Livingston, David Selders 

Bottom row: Tom Mansfield, Paul Love, David Apter, William Muhlstadt, Kenneth Luke, Richard Carney, Alvin Green, Kenyon Gilbert, Thomas 
Marquardt 

Not in panel : William Parker, Bernard Grace, Bradley Hoffman, William Donahoo, Jerry Coffel, Emmitt Chastain, Robert Pilks, Richard Ayres, 
Bruno Ast, Peter Weinstein, Michael Braitberg, Charles Sven, Chris Kipfer, Richard Ingram, Alphonso Hobbs, Paul Hsieh, Howard Kettler, 
Robert Coles, Jack Halverson, Jack Halcom, Raymond Brod, Ernest DiMonte, Richard Gramse, Robert Burton 

ADDITION FOUR I, M.R.H. 

1214 South Fourth 



ADDITION FOUR II, M.R.H. 

1215 South Fourth 

Top row: William Schaller, Ward Malisch, Richard Tate, James Schlitz, Bruce Elliott, Roger Cooper, Thomas Sykes, Leslie Story, Timothy Swain, 
Brian Shiffman, Joseph Herschander 

Third row: Donald Kruk, Lars Larson, Ralph Hellstrom, Edward Kaiura, George Manos, Natalino Panicali, Norman Silverstein, Elwyn Henning, 
Charles Smolk, James Butkus, Charles Ruffing, Lowell Schroeder 

Second row: Daniel Spink, counselor; Robert Howe, scholastic chairman; Allan Weiner, activities chairman; William White, MIA representative; 
John Pennington, president; Arnold Brodsky, vice president; Alvin Kay, social chairman; Paxil Glick, treasurer ; William Huston, athletic chair- 
man 

Bottom row: Dale Johnson, Joseph Jennings, David Carlson, Lee Dreyfus, Richard Schultz, Stephen Gsell 

Not in panel: Anthony Parrilli, Kurt Ledebuhr, Lesley Lederer, William Hogate, Carl Klehm, James Gorse, David Townley, John Engberg, David 
Eisler, Robert Facko, Richard Volland 



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Jose Wallach 
Third row: Frank Howard, Norman Haskell, Bufford Fullhart, Robert Dalbey, Everett Lockenvitz, Lavern Altemeyer, Larry Sorenson, Bertil Larsson, 

Lars Henriksen, Robert Frame 
Second row: Leslie Hoagland, Gary Bronstein, Paul Willis, Arthur Kaha, Patrick Cassidy, Walter Tenelinger, William Hemmer, Cary Watson, John 

McCarty 
Bottom row: Roy Hlavacek. William Griffith, Larry Feurer, Anthony Cut aia, Marshall Servick, Kenneth Harbison, Arthur Wild 
Not in panel : Mannfred Hollinger, Richard Fischman, Norman Haskell, Michael Esselstrom, Edward Dick, Norman Hunt, Andrew Heard, Bernard 

McCherry, James Hennessey, Douglas Finlayson, William Wittman, Richard DuSold, Daniel Eierdam, Michael Gordon 

ADDITION FOUR III, M.R.H. 

1215 South Fourth 



ADDITION FOUR IV, M.R.H. 

1215 South Fourth 

Top row : Max Lang, Wayne Hutchens, Donald Kush, Paul Lawrisuk, James Brown, Robert Ladd, Lynn Kuckuck, Ross Bunting, Harvey Feingold 
Third row: Selwyn Schwartz, Philip Robbins, William Jones, Rodney Iwema, John Limber, Carl Kowalski, John Johnson, George Brooke, Michael 

Yuen 
Second row: John Nekolny, secretary; Bruce Strausberg, social chairman; Norton Nedoss, activities chairman; Kent Harris, Gilbert Nicoll, presi- 
dent; William Lieber, treasurer; Marvin Case, counselor; Leroy Wiiki 
Bottom row: Roger Koehler, Donald Johnson, vice president; Richard Gralek, Robert Cheatham, John Neumann, Neil Polit, MIA representative 
Not in panel: Allen Belmont, LeRoy Bimstein, Joel Burman, Lewis Collens, Charles Dukes, Robert Gustafson, Gerald Holloway, Emanuel Hurwitz, 
Sidney Jackson, Martin Litvvin, Lawrence Malopy, David Marshall, Joseph Mota, Jerald Rieger, William Schwebke, Richard Wooley, Thomas 
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Top row : John Anderson, John Antonson, Robert Carney, Franklin Jones, John Tascher, Jon Samuelson, William Landsea, Philip Bestow, Ronald 

Johnson, John Harris, Thomas Savage, Stewart Agoos, Silvio Argentine, David Lamb, Charles Freeman 
Third row: Keith Kidwell, Edward Harenza, Phillip Hess, Harvey Shepard, Leon Lando, Ronald Parsons, John Miller, Daniel Simoneit, Thomas 

Arzt, Gerald Gellerman, Carl Faust, Carl Stern, Donald Launer 
Second row: Lawrence Miller, John Andros, Richard Branson, Thomas Bradley, Robert Mintz, Gerald Hoiif, James Trefil, Richard Blomgrer, Harold 

Levy, George Roegge 
Bottom row : Claude Smith, Michael Piatt, James Spackman, Edward Asato, Michael Breza, Barry Moskowitz, Harold Ericson, Homer Dahman, Frie- 

doon Hakimian 

ADDITION THREE I, M.R.H. 

1215 South Fourth 



ADDITION THREE II, M.R.H. 

1215 South Fourth 

Top row : Wayne Stump, George Kerr, Donald Wilson, Robert Escutia, James McClintoch, William Stach, Donald Hall, John Brucker, Robert Hen- 
derson, Ernie Haisley, Lester Horwitz 

Second row: Russell Keune, Thomas Stark, MIA representative; Richard Kjelland, social chairman; William Camp, scholastic chairman; Michael 
Gerkin, president; Norbert Golchert, treasurer; Charles Godgluck, Robert Danner, Lyle Lipe, counselor 

Bottom row : Harold Friborg, Warren Suzuki, Roy Kutsnnai, Dean Spielman, Ken Vondrak, William Galuhn, Terry Putman, Richard Schultz 

Not in panel: Ronald Botner, Mack Thornton, Robert Adams, Robert Davis, Floyd Hayes, Buren Haynes, Jerry Pruzansky, Joel Goldberg, Ernest 
Useman, Jordan Rotheiser, Jack Cornell, John Peterson, Frank Louis, David Yaeger, Glen Alexander, John Lattimore, Tom Olesker, Bradford 
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Top row: William Harrison, David Slaw, William Hatchett, Kenneth Brynjolfsson, Richard Schmeal, Leon Kowalski, Phillip Johnson, Donald 
Muth, Bruce Becker, Ralph Bunting, Donald Lien, Jerry Masters, Thomas Nahnsen, Charles Oberle, Gerald Gingerich 

Second row: Siegfried Fuchs, Sheldon Marcus, Sidney Sachs, Robert Tate, athletic chairman; Thomas Hemminger, president; Gerald Lauterbach, 
vice president; Lawrence Landesman, social chairman; Leon Knowles, Eugene Duban, counselor 

Bottom row : Darwin Abby, William Williams, Peter Donalek, John Austin, David Cain, Rudolph Bernhard, Thomas McDaniel 

Not in panel : Howie McCarthy, Sharen Kloster, Gerald Levy, Gerald Void, Arnold Goldstine, Allen Lipsey, William Miles, Ronald Worstell, James 
Digirolamo, Robert Crozier, Donald Talend, Joseph Langlet, Richard Larsen, Lee Lindstrom, Richard Toder, Daniel Ford 

ADDITION THREE III, M.R.H. 

12] 5 South Fourth 



ADDITION THREE IV, M.R.H. 

1215 South Fourth 

Top row : Michael Barton, Forest Devor, Roy Anderson, David Bergman, David Bloom. Carl Silva, Philip Vierling, Paul Benz, Theodore Lotz, John 
Benson, Wilbur Renken, Robert Armstrong, Burton Rosenthal 

Second row: Robert Bossert, Charles Slack III, executive council; Elbert Rhodes, social chairman; Arlen Campbell, treasurer; Ralph Brill, presi- 
dent; Joseph Morgan, secretary ; Carl Gak, MIA representative ; Richard Huston, David Stacey, counselor 

Bottom row : Raleigh Haavind, Paul Adkins, Ivan Berk, Thomas Chinnock, Donald Myer, Dorrence Brucker, Erwin Arends, Stephen Barnett, Larry 
Kerrick, scholastic chairman 

Not in panel : Paul Anderson, Robert Bohlen, Harry Broberg, William Brown, Charles Chudek, Anthony Drake, Charles Dressander, Dennis Fine- 
berg, Joseph Geraci, Gary Grimes, Lowell Hedrick, Thomas Kluczynski, Gerald Silverman, Donald Willard 







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Top row: Sheldon Kessler, George Neumann, William Weselow, Robert Griesbaum, William Bohn, William Owens, William Harris, Thomas Gordon, 

David Harris, Marshal Lustgarten, David Morowitz 
Second row: Ronald Shroeder, Thomas Spencer, Leonardo Gomez, John Rosko, Walter Gilmore, Edward Burda, Robert Scott, Ray Anderson, 

Roger DeVries, Robert Haase, John Rotan, Alan Morris, Edward Autio, Patrick Ridgley 
Bottom row: Hiroshi Nakano, John Hosinski, counselor; Jerry Thall, Kent Smith, secretary; Raymond Guyette, president; Richard Berutti, 

treasurer ; David Yates, Jim Smith, Robert Forslev, Peter Scriultz 
Not in panel: Jerry Palla, vice president; George Malinay, Thomas Devore, social chairman; Jack Hansen 



BARTON UPPER, M. R. H. 



1215 South Fourth 



BARTON LOWER, M. R. H. 

1215 South Fourth 

Top row : Louis Jensen, Steven Rothacker, Jack Thornton, Werner Holzer, Donald Chow, David Wilke, Robert Klouer, Richard Martino, Edward 
Stone, Richard Chroman, Robert Skowran, Harisanto, John Becker, Gary Packard, Robert Pickett, Ramon Zoller, Marvin Mills, Alan Rothstein, 
Richard Miura, Joseph Lowenstein, John Stencel, Robert Lipschultz, George Thycodam 

Fourth row : James Lu-Meng, Charles Chudek, Ronald Vedra, Robert Hosticka, Benjamin Dreidel, David Ahlberg, Howard Berline, Richard Atkinson, 
Henry Bahr, Lawrence Moore, Paul Cultra, Howard Wolfman, Roger Sedjo, Bruce Weber, Fred Olin, Allen Hooks, Gerald Grethen, Theodore 
Hicks, Alvin Jennings, Michael Geller, Richard Betker, George Knoblock, Vance Stevens, George Hartman, Roger Streibich 

Third row: Charles Fair, Rafael Chow, Walter Harmer, scholastic chairman; Ronald Larson, Ml A representative ; Joseph Ament, activities chair- 
man; Vernon Miller, vice president; Wayne Johnson, president; Stanley Weiss, social chairman; Don Cohen, treasurer; Stuart Posselt, secre- 
tary; Larry Hoffman, athletic chairman; Arnold Wolochuk, Keith Huntley, Thomas Peterson 

Second row : George Shields, Max Adler, John Ewing, Melvin Sunshine, William Monge, Darryll Boos, William Nieft, Sheldon Novoselsky, Barry 
Seiller, Charles Leonard, Norton Josephson, James Biba 

Bottom row : Fredric Bardfield, Jon Jarvis, Abraham Murra, Lawrence Lieberman, Lloyd Chase, James Mading, Thomas Bennett, Richard Mann, 
Richard Zeiner, Wolfram Kollacks, Allan Fiedler, Robert Long 



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Top row : Eli Port, Hernon Duque, Alejandro Valencia, Jon Trefil, Lester French, Robert Jones, Roy Freeman, Jay Muntz, William Jaslowski, ath- 
letic chairman; Michael Pagones, Prasert Songtis, Joseph Chew 

Second row : Herberto Pachon, Gerald Gegel, Roger Stange, Merle Tuggle, George Plass, John Kleen, Donald Anderson, Porter Hay, Dan Dannen- 
feldt, Richard Kasten, Dennison Staub, Peter Kramer, Jim Pahl, David Birnbaum 

Bottom row: Bernard Eisen, counselor; James Surek, social chairman; Sidney Sogolow, social chairman; Robert Esterlund, David Slonim, presi- 
dent; Phillip Loeb, vice president; Sheldon Gopin, activities chairman; Marshall Goldsen, secretary-treasurer; Harvey Medvin, scholastic chair- 
man; Tommy Brinkerhoff 



CLARK II, M.R.H. 



1215 South Fourth 



CLARK I. M.R.H. 



1215 South Fourth 

Top row: Harvey Whitfield, Robert Fowler, John Means, Erwin Adderley, Eric Wuth, Raymond Hanson, Thomas Glass, Grant Eddy, Darryl Pirok, 

John Sweetnam, George Fleck, Robert Douglas, Julian Frankenberg 
Second row: Melvin Bobick, counselor; Fred Soady, activity chairman; Larry Nooden, scholastic chairman; Fred Frankstein, treasurer; Don 

Sneider, president; James Dennett, secretary; Lyman Wilmot, social chairman; Frank Lorenz, vice president 
Bottom row : Gerald Orr, Robert Hyten, Jon Sandberg, Ronald Stockmal, Marvin Hansen, Lawrence Grill, Joseph Rosenstiel 
Not in panel: Jeremiah Fruin, Eugene Heuck, Dale Anderson, Arthur Reisman, Harvey Chaplik, Bruce Dollahan, John Purdy, Daniel Schwartz, 

Richard Schiffman, Ralph Beal, Thomas Chizek, John Heidbreder, William Longacre, Robert Waterbury, Robert Everakes 




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Top row: Lester Ikeda, John Peters, Charles Radosta, Robert Bryant, Ronald Mohr, Joseph Panozzo, Leonard Sendroff, James Brackett, Ronald 

Kennedy, Peter Kalkus, Norris Andersen, John Schleicher, Ray Axelson, Ronald Jernudd, Paul Compratt, Rollie Earley, Martin Rodin 
Second row: Albert Kleist, Charles Cheffer, Gary Hampsch, secretary; Jay Freedman, social chairman; Paul Gatons, president; Milton Koester, vice 

president; Robert Bitter, athletic chairman; Eugene Sagerman, Richard Wawrzyniak, William Hayes 
Bottom row : Jack Marcacci, Marshall Drues, Donald Fritz, Jan Gray, Perry Swanson, Derral Barton, Marvin Rushing, William Janser, Thomas 

Worosz 
Not in panel : Robert Arroyo, Brian Berg, Richard Brems, Thomas Fournie, Raymond Galka, Robert Gangala, Edgar Grove, Lyle Jacobson, William 

Jenkins, Leonard Johnson, Harvey Klein, Steve Lomvardias, Ronald Ower, Gerald Pines, Richard Powell, Edward Reed, Victor Root, Joel Sol- 

ovy, Kenneth Stimeling, Allen Trojnar 



BIRCH HALL, M.R.H. 



1112 South Second 



FLAGG HOUSE, M.R.H. 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row : James Caldwell, Joseph Salvato, Robert Buser, Robert Marks, Robert Cooper, Tom Ruppert, Richard Odle, Robert Gravel, Arnold Stoper, 

Herbert Statler, Peter Tan, Warren Brunton, Milton Field, Edwin Fuller, Fred Blazine, Edward Strougal 
Fourth row: Peter Frezados, William Hammer, John Glass, Robert Richert, Charles Russell, Ronald Schnabel, Robert Williford, Frank Majeske, Clyde 

Freeman, Richard Van Weelden, Charles Christensen, Donald Askew, Reginald Bean, Roy Simon, Bruce Briley, George Willhite, Donald Coordes, 

Leslie Horve 
Third row: Richard Wallace, Robert Graham, Earl Ranta, Theodore Pajor, Marshall Kummel, treasurer; John Litster, counselor; Kenneth Kenmotsu, 

president; Alfred Oberlander, vice president; Howard Miura, secretary; Michael Levine, Philip Lieb, Jerry Zimmerman 
Second row: William McClurg, Harry Simmons, Robert Berger, Gunnar Pearson, Raymond Moy, Sam Wolf, Myron Nidetz, Myron Landsman, 

Lowell Griffith, Ronald Weber, Scott Colburn 
Bottom row ; Sydney Demovsky, Jack Greisman, Sheldon Schlegman, Jerrold Saeks, Kenneth Witz, Samuel Goldberg, Arthur Andersen, Karl Pemper, 

John Yaeger, Robert Anderson 

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Top row : Cowles Clevenger, John Bardsley, Roland Popken, John Krause, David Peterson, Max Allison, Stephen Cohen, John King, Ronald Zung, 

Kwan-Shei Chen 
Third row: Charles Sommer, Karl Steckmann, Kenneth Burch, Wilbur Leffers, Thomas Oiler, Robert Slusarek, Frank Foster, Paul Hainann, Clifford 

Emmerling, Reyner Roller, John Kotaska 
Second row: Uldarico Posada, Alfredo Iniguez, Roger Layman, George Gunderson, John Ward, MIA representative; Richard Farrell, secretary; Alan 

Efrussy, vice president; Lucas Adamson, Merrill Eisenstein, Alfredo Carrizosa 
Bottom row : Marvin Mailer, Calvin Loblaw, Charles Scherrer, David Lee, Richard Greer, William Johnson, Eugene Eisenhauer, Donald Halcom 
Not in panel : Marvin Kanter, president 



LUNDGREN LOWER, M.R.H. 



1215 South Fourth 



LUNDGREN TOWERS, M.R.H. 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row ; Harrison Thornley, Chester Jurkovac, Joel Daniels, Daniel Harnish, Allan Samson, David Oakes, Frank Chen, Delbert Coleman, Edward 

Thompson, Victor Polich, Sam Paulak, Eddie Young 
Third row: Kenneth Zwierz, Martin Chasen, Ronald Temple, Tom Shilgalis, Stuart Zelden, Bernard Narusis, counselor; Edward Schmidt, Lindel! 

Lovellette, Donald Teazel, Raymond Petkus, John Rannells, George Wysup 
Second row: Donald Marszalek, Peter Blakeslee, Roy Zaver, secretary; John Daniels, social chairman; Dennis Swanson, vice president; Garrel Mo- 

len, president; Ronald Labinski, athletic chairman; Gerald Prekwas, executive council representative ; David Heberer, treasurer; James DeHass, 

scholarship chairman 
Bottom row .- Edward Lawton, Hernando Lesmes, Bob Zimring, Robert Nakamura, Norbert Chutrau, James Tonkinson, Steve Smandra, Claude Patten 




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Top row : Richard Williams, James Entwistle, James Lashbrook, Clifford Thomas, Edward Gray, Charles Miller, Gerald Stafford, Dainis Zelenko, 
Robert Fahlbeck 

Third row : Joseph Pollack, Joseph Moy, Harry Sachrison, Anthony Kardis, William McVinnie, Larry Meoli, Gerald Wilson, Bruce Merson, Richard 
Petrowich, Paul Wood, Leonard Link 

Second roiv .- Daniel Ewing, Jerry Milsson, co-social chairman; Horst Konrad, scholastic chairman; George Eleftheriou, MIA representative; Mar- 
vin Mrnka, president; Lee VanDerHulst, secretary-treasurer; James Galinsky, vice president; Dale Walsh, Peliks Zawadzki 

Bottom row : Clarence Jones, Donald Johnson, Larry Casey, Jerry Knutson, Richard Machas, Jerry Catlett 



NOBLE I. M.R.H. 



1215 South Fourth 



NOBLE II, M.R.H. 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row : Harold Green, Roger Grissom, John Golec, Milton Wade, Ronald Siebold, Roger Schnell, Virgil Reed, Gary Friedman, Ronald Hartley, 

Stanley Goldberg, Fred Rosenbaum, Richard Costa 
Third row: Kenneth Ullenius, James Hayden, James Willekens, Carl Miller, Gus Treslo, William Robb, Ernest Gluesing, Charles Heuer, George 

Scott, Larry Grammer, Richard Goetz, Brian Sandberg 
Second row: Bruce Bydal, scholastic chairman; James Fletcher, MIA representative; Oral Booker, treasurer; John Williams, activities chairman; 

Philip Locashio, president; Alan Bobka, vice president; Richard Ruttenberg, athletic chairman; James Young, secretary; Gerald Oelberg, social 

chairman 
Bottom row : Walter DeWaele, Paul Eminger, Gerald Swendsen, Robert Screen, Edward Benway, George Dixon, David Spencer, John McKnight 



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Top row: John Strohl, William Taylor, Ezra Dweck, Algero Monstavicius, Richard McGucken, Frank September, Philip Geheber, Robert Stull, Rich- 
ard Geschwind, Floyd Vlasak 

Third row: Richard Aron, Larry McCrery, James Stephens, Harold Diereks, William Wydra, Harvey Sherman, Robert Cassens, Robert Novotney, 
Edward O'Donnell, Leaton Perkinson, Robert Damerow 

Second row : James Vermette, Henry Mark, James Ragusa, Hubert Grush, Neil Householder, Bruce Fryman, Thomas White, John Horn 

Bottom row : Earl Dillman, Frank Pollack, Richard Weinberg, John Djerf, James Wrzesien, Richard Peterson 



NOBLE III, M.R.H. 



1215 South Fourth 



NOBLE IV, M.R.H. 



1215 South Fourth 

Top row: Stephen Yedinak, Richard Sherman, Ralph Bruns, Roland Pearson, Gale Gross, Karl Lindberg, John Barkley, Gerald Oberdorfer, David 

Metzler 
Third row : Ronald Borck, Robert Pokorny, Donald Georgi, Roy Laner, Stanley Hunt, Richard Williams, Gehrig Robinson, Charles Shallat, Alan 

Drum, Charles Ballard 
Second row : Michael Wainer, Gary Thompson, Ross Smith, Roger Harrison, Stephen Lucas, Gary Schilling, Ronald Otto, Gerald Kitchen 
Bottom row : Robert Brent, Richard Fairgrieves, Gerald Jamriska, Arthur Lasin, Mitchell Krieger, Ronald Koerner 
Not in panel: Dana Johnson, counselor; Ronald Brown, Steven Colburn, Donald Doyle, Arnold Kerstein, Barry Koepke, Duane Lempke, Ira Ler- 

ner, Sheldon Marcus, Arthur Martinson, Earl Massel, James McNerny, Leo Michels, Patrick Murphy, Robert Richter, George Stelmach, Harry 

Tayama, Donald Wacholz, Marvin Weintraub, Gerald Winnick 




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Top row : David Coleman, John Welch, Laverne Shoger, Loren Vogel, Larry Roth, Kent Monroe, Delbert Post 
Fourth row: Russell Turner, Paul Malven, Harold Alford, Robert Farney, Ward Harris, William Gallagher, Joseph Dillon 
Third row: Edwin Ludtke, John Nayden, Wesley Bieritz, social chairman; Jeffery Gain, Joseph Sims, Richard Burton, David Rork 
Second row: Norman Kuhman, Robert Nelson, MIA representative; Paul Schafer, vice president; Richard Dickson, president; David Meyers, secre- 
tary-treasurer; Richard Brown, Morris Luck 
Bottom row : Joseph Green, Bernard Niemann, Robert Brown, Myron Baker, Wendell Schmuck, Don Larson, Eugene Neighbors, Jerry Stoneking 
Not in panel : Edward Gieszelmann, Charles Groves, Donald Hartter, John Meyers, Terry Parker, Don Peck, Dennis Stoller 



PARK LANE LODGE 



207 East John 



ROOJAH 



809 South Fifth 



Top row: John Elliott, president; Daniel McNabb, secretary; David McCarty, Allan Vinton 
Second row : Frederick Ritscher, Gene Hagemeier, social chairman ; Dale Larson, Allen Edwards 
Bottom row: Wasan Supachana, Robert McNabb, treasurer; Berlin Kelly 



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Top row: Louis Spitz, vice president; Roland Dekkervan Ghy] ; Herbert Krause; William Anderson. MIA representative; Ronald Perner 
Second row: Jacabo Chuchani, Seong Park, secretary-treasurer; John DeFord, social and athletic chairman; Frank Simak, Milan Zanco 
Bottom row: Evan Buck, Francisco Bustamante, Alfred Johnson, Mrs. Clower, Daniel Rubinstein, president 



SECTION EIGHT 



1203 West Stoughton 






SHAWNEE CLUB 



1004 West Nevada 

Top row : Francis Bowen, Thomas De Vries, Keith Sprunger, Leon Torbeck, Edwin Wallace, Richard Barker, Roger Shanklin, Anthony Rathnou, 

George Roemer , 

Third row: Robert Coplan, Ronald Coplan, Byron Marks, Larry Edwards, Roger Jeffers, James Sanner, Thomas Bolen, Donald Sperry, Andrew 

Zumer, Roger Gallup, Donald Corbett V 

Second row : Roger Bottrell, Lyle Martin, Nils Nilson, John Efaw, Keith Wilson, George Tully, Michael Grose, Roger Rhoads, Louis Landau, 

Lionel Stirret, Arthur Buesking, Dean Wilson, Robert Edwards 
Bottom row: Stanley Dziaeko, Raymond Capek, Leland Shaw, Richard Marrs, Lyle Grider, Glenn Dodd, president; Neal Setchell, social chairman; 

Kenneth Helgeson, secretary-treasurer; Howard Maiers, vice president; Lvnn Grady 
Not in panel : Jon Anfinsen, Charles Detwiler, Neil Richter, Monte Oberman, David Kurash, Gordon Thorson 



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Top row: Donald Rimsnider, William Mcllrath, Lindell Furlow, Lyle Gerdes, David Franz, social chairman; Charles Chimento, Bruce Wright, vice 

president; Edward Gillespie, secretary 
Secoiid row: Stanley Riley, Vernon Hall, Robert Watts, Richard Gardner. Robert Huston, Marvin Gerdes, Ronald Klein, Oscar Wright, Clarence 

Davis, MIA representative 
Bottom row: Lawrence Gardner, Thomas Fenton, Thomas Vanhorn, Paul Huth, treasurer; Douglas Lynch, sports chairman; John Talbott, Robert 

Whittenbarger, president; Neal Wright 
Xot in panel : Kenneth Luttrell 



SON'S HOME 



1116 West California 



TARA HALL 



1202 West Oregon 



Top row: Jon Dosher, Intramural director; James Koertge, Everett Feldkirchner, MIA. director; George Frock, Paul Lakamp 

Second row: Thomas Piper, Siegmar Gresch, Donald Fiedler, Kermit Wells, vice president; Robert Pahlmann 

Bottom row: Raymond Winters, president; John Fechter, secretary-treasurer; Thomas Gauger 

Not in panel: James Allen, social chairman; Martin Owens, David Simpkin, Roger Stockley, Charles Shriver, Gene Roberds 



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TWIN ESTATES 



1009 West California 



WESMEN 



1301 West Stoughton 



Top row: Harry Henderson, Joseph Miller, Ronald Jetton, Eric Koch, Kenneth Carr, Donald Hopkins 

Third row: John Owen, Ross Coons, Harold Carr, Wajne Gruen, Larry Dudley 

Second row: Gerald Moody, Charles Coleman, Edward Schwab. John Stanley, Earl Neumann 

Bottom row: David DeLay, Robert Coons, president; Frank Hayward, secretary; Charles Derwent, treasurer; Richard Jamison, vice president; 

James Hayward 
Not in panel: Osmond Guy, Lynn Harper 





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Top row : Joseph Schrodt, David Beckman, Peter Hoj 

Smith, Robert Sehnell 
Second row. Jack Suddeth, house adviser; Roger Goins, treasurer; Richard Arbogast, secretary; Ronald Lubick, i-irc president; Andre DuChateau, 

president 
Bottom row: Richard Petter, Michael Ratcliff, Albert Rohla, Elliot Pliner, Larry Rench 
Not in panel: Harold Andrykowshi, Daniel Bures, Darrell Kahl, Jerome Mock'enhaupt, Kenneth Palmer, David Techentin, Robert Wagner 



WHITE HALL 



706 South Second 



WIKIA 



905 South Fifth 



Top row : Michael Hoffman. Thomas Murphy, Dennis Krenz, Bill Boyd, Donald Fischer, Jerry Bailey, Kenneth Smith, Richard Anderson 
Third row: Jan Berezniak. James Vobornik, Douglass Sparks. Phillip Wintergerst, Edward Baylor,' Wayne McGee. Jack Meece, Robert Johansen 
Second row : Ronald Racster, Francis Briel, Hugh Mulligan. Myron Dempsey, Albert Stincic, James Edeus, John Briggs, Norman Riordan 
Bottom, row : Carl Ek, Paul Magelli, Ronald Mars, James Duggan. Harry Satterthwaite, Robert Bell 
Not in. panel: Donald Kuehl, Michael Ma^uire, George Stratton, Richard Tahmizian 



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J> eil Roger Aaronson Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Clark House 
German Club; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- 
tion 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Hiroshi Abe Aiea, Oahu, Hawaii 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
A.I.A.; Hawaii Club 
University of Hawaii 



Celia Abrams Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Sno-Ball Committee (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



William Robert Acheson 

Hammond, Indiana 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Gargoyle President (4) ; A.I.A. 
Indiana University 



Harvey Dennis Ackermann. . . .Lanark 
Commerce 
Insurance 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Illini Insurance Society; Marketing Club; 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Beloit College 



Waldima Adam Cincinnati, Ohio 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
A.C.S. 
Honors Day (2) 





Charles Kenneth Adams Chicago 

Engineering 
Physics 
The Mansion 
House President (4) 



Dale Hunter Adams Chrisman 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Ensign, NROTC (1, 2, 3, 4) 




Raymond George Adams Metamora 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
The Mansion 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Max James Adler Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Barton House 
Men's Glee Club (3) ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



M \ky Houston Adsit Pontiac 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
French 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Mortar Board; Torch; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; The Illio (1, 2, 3); Illini Union 
Board (4); Illini Union Committee (1); 
Star Course Manager (1); Panhellenic 
Executive Council (3, 4) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Leonard Calvin Apremow Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Noble House 
A.C.S. (2, 3, 4) ; Illini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Richard M. Ahlgren RocJcford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Triangle 
A.I.Ch.E. 

North Park College 



Roberta McKinney Ahrens. . . . V rim mi 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Chi Omega 
Sigma Alpha Iota; Concert Band (:>); 
University Chorus (2, 3, 4) 
MacMurray College 



David Joseph Albright. . .LawrencevWe 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Architecture 

Society of American Military Engineers 

(4); A.I.A. 

Eastern Illinois State College 



William Don Albright. . . Lawrence vWIe 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Chi 
Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon ; Engineering 
Council (3) ; A.I.Ch.E. 



Gedon Don Aldort Evanston 

Commerce 
Management 

Pi Lambda Phi 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; Society for the 
Advancement of Management 

Navy Pier Activities : Commerce Club ; 
Debate Squad 

Northwestern University; Hebrew Uni- 
versity; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 

David Carroll Alexander. . . .Rockford 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Wesley Foundation Student Council (2) ; 

A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Martin M. Alexander 

Brooklyn, New Tori; 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Cosmopolitan 
Varsity Gymnastic Squad (3, 4) 
Brooklyn College 



Jerry Alan Algeo Joliet 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Pi 
Sigma Tau 

Joliet Junior College 















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Rimgaudas AlisaUSKAS Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Lithuanian Students Club, President; Soci- 
ology Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



James Butler Allen Carmi 

Agriculture Engineering 
Agricultural Science and Agricultural 

Engineering 
Tara Hall 
Alpha Zeta ; House President (2); Illinois 
Technograph (4); A.S.A.E.; Field and 
Furrow 
Honors Day (1, 3) 

Putin a Rose Allen Harvard 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Teacher Training in Speech 

Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 

Psi Chi; Zeta Phi Eta; University Theatre 

Crew (1); Y.W.CA. Committee (1, 2); 

French Club 



Robert Mat Allen. .Nashville, Tennessee 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.l.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



Ray Leon Allison Fairfield 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Club 311 
House President (4) ; Captain, Army 
ROTC; Infantry Club (1); Phalanx (3, 
4); Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn 
Club 



Robert Howard Allison Summit 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Skull and Crescent; Omega Beta Pi; Illini 
Union Committee (1); Campus Chest (1); 
Interfraternity Council (2) ; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (1) 



Roy Leland Allison Fairfield 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Chez Nous 



Lieutenant Colonel, 
Sigma Alpha (3, 4) : 
Honors Day (2, 3) ; 
Scholarship Key 



Army ROTC ; Zeta 
Field and Furrow 
University of Illinois 



Anne Carolyn Allow ay Belleville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Pi Beta Phi 
Mask and Bauble; National Collegiate 
Players ; Zeta Phi Eta ; Major Chairman 
Social Forums, Illini Union Committee (3) ; 
University Theatre Manager (1, 2, 3) ; 
University Theatre Cast (1, 2, 3, 4); Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (1); WILL (3, 4); 
Orchesis (1, 2) 

Kenneth Paul Altera Riverside 

Veterinary Medicine 

Veterinary Medicine 
Omega Tau Sigma; Student Veterinary 
Medical Ass'n 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Janet Marie Altman Chicago 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3, 4) ; Univer- 
sity Theatre Crew (1) ; Y.W.CA. Com- 
mittee (1) ; W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; American 
Recreational Society U. of I. Student Chap- 
ter; Physical Education Majors Club 



John William Amberg Quincy 

Division of Special Services 
Accountancy 
Chi Gamma Iota; Accountancy Club; Illini 
Campus Amvets Post No. 202 
Honors Day (3) 

New Mexico Western 



Joseph Daniel Ament Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Barton House 
Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha 
Psi; Student Senate (3); Hillel Founda- 
tion Student Council (3, 4) ; Commerce 
Council (4) ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Maria Josephine Amoruso Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Svcamore Hall 

Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 

John Richard Andersen Chicago 

Commerce 
Market Research 
W.P.G.U. (3, 4) ; Commerce Council (4) ; 
Marketing Club, President (4) ; Navy Pier 
Activities: Tennis Team (2) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

All\n Eugene Anderson Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 

Minawa Lodge 
University Theatre Crew (4) ; University 
Choir (3, 4) ; Men's Glee Club (4) ; Ora- 
torio Society (3, 4) ; Illini Christian Fel- 
lowship (3, 4); A.l.E.E.-I.R.E.; A.S.C.E. 

Illinois Institute of Technology ; Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

Carol Elizabeth Anderson Olney 

Commerce 

Secretarial Training 

Delta Sigma Epsilon 

Illini Union Committee (2, 3) ; Major T 

(2) ; House President (2) ; University 

Chorus (1, 2) ; Business Education Club 

Eugene Wilbert Anderson 

Franklin Park 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Beta Alpha Psi; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (3) 
Wheaton College 



James Lee Anderson Rock ford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Economics 

Chi Psi 

Skull and Crescent; Intramural Manager 

(2); Major, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air 

Society 



Nancy Kay Anderson Geneva 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Gamma Alpha Chi; Theta Sigma Phi, Presi- 
dent (4); Daily Illini (2); University 
Theatre Crew (3) ; Illigreek (4) 
Honors Day (1) 



Robert Donald Anderson Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Men's Glee Club (3, 4); I.U.S.A. Barber- 
shoppers (1); Accountancy Club; Society 
for the Advancement of Management 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 






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Robert Warren Anderson Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Ijiindgren House 

A. I. A. 



Alice Martha Andrews Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
House President (4) ; Future Teachers of 
America 
Honors Day (2) 



Donald Eugene Andrews Chicago 

Commerce 
Law 
Commerce Club (3, 4) ; Illini Campus Am- 
vets Post No. 202 

New York University; Stetson Univer- 
sity 



James Arthur Andrews Evanston 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology ; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Norman G. Andrus, Jr. 

Oneonta, New York 
Division of Special Services 
Advertising 
Alpha Delta Sigma; I.U.SA. Barbershop- 
pers (1, 2) 



George Enoch Anselm Taylorville 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Alpha Zeta; Men's Glee Club (2); Agri- 
culture Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof 
and Horn Club; Rifle and Pistol Club 
Honors Day (2) 



Jerry Appanaitis Westville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English Education 
Lowry Lodge 
University Theatre Cast (2) ; Y.M.C.A. 
Committee (2, 3, 4) ; French Club; Spanish 
Club; Young Republicans Club 
Millikin University 



Iris Merle Arend Champaign 

Journalism 

Advertising 
University Choir (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Oratorio 
Society (1, 2) 



George Phillip Arensman. . .Metropolis 
Agriculture 
Agriculture Education 
Bachelor Arms 
Alpha Tau Alpha; House President (3); 
S.N. LB. (2, 3); Agricultural Education 
Club, President (4) ; Field and Furrow 
Kemper Military School 



John Harold Armstrong. . . .Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Economics 

Phi Delta Theta 

Campus Chest (1); Illini Sportsman's 

Club; Junior Bar Association 



Myron Eugene Armstrong. .. .Reynolds 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Chi Gamma Iota, President (4) ; Sigma 
Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta 
Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Robert Frank Armstrong. . .Champaign 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Architectural Engineering 



Dorothy Jane Arndt. . . .Downers Grove 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Sigma Alpha lota; Concert Band (1, 2, 
3, 4) ; University Sinfonietta (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
University Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4) 



Larry Keith Arndt Newton 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Delta Upsilon 
Sachem; Skull and Crescent; The Illio 
(1); Star Course Manager (1, 2, 3); 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); Lieutenant Colo- 
nel, Armv ROTC; Militarv Council (4); 
Scabbard and Blade (3, 4) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Dav (1, 2) 



Ronald Charles Aron Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Men's Residence Hall Addition 3 
M.I. A. Executive Council (3) ; House 
President (3); Second Lieutenant, Armv 
ROTC; Phalanx (3, 4); Society of Ameri- 
can Military Engineers (2) ; Marketing 
Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Norman Charles Ashcraft 

Arlington Heights 
Education 
Industrial Education 
Illuminating Engineering Society, Presi- 
dent (3) 
Honors Day (2) 

Kendall Junior College 

Shirley Jean Ashton Springfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Theta Upsilon 
The Daily Illini (3); University Theatre 
Crew (2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2) 
MacMurray College 



Orville Pat Asper Chenoa 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Skull and Crescent; Junior Interfraternity 
Council (1); House President (3); Fresh- 
man A'arsity Baseball Squad; Men's Glee 
Club (1) ; Ordnance, Army ROTC 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Wilbert Edward Asper Chenoa 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Skull and Crescent; Student Senate (1, 2) ; 
Freshman Varsity Track Squad ; Engineer- 
ing Council (3) ; Lieutenant Colonel, Army 
ROTC; Phalanx (3, 4); A.I.Ch.E. 



Richard Ewart Aston Crystal Lake 

Commerce 
Sales and Advertising 
Marketing Club 

Elgin Community College 






William Custas Athas 

Westbrook, Maine 
Division of Special Services 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Orange County College, Mississippi South- 
ern, University of California 

Fred Grant Attebury . . . East St. Louis 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Art Education 



Donald Max Aulwurm Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Phi Epsilon Kappa ; Physical Education 
Majors Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Morgan Park Senior College; Wilson 
Senior College ; Roosevelt College 



Daniel Robert Baker Champaign 

Engineering 
Ceramic Engineering 
Keramos, President (4), A.C.S. 
Honors Day (2) 



John David Baker, Jr Aurora 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Pi Kappa Phi 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Sandra Marie Baker JaeksonvilU 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Gamma Alpha Chi; The Illio (1) : Illini 
Union Committee (2) ; University Theatre 
Crew (1); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2, 3); 
Student Senate (2) 




Harold Wayne Auter Danville 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.F.S.; A.S.M.E. 



Fred Lee Awalt Berwyn 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Field and Furrow 



James Albert Babcock Galva 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Architecture 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Scarab; Interfraternity Executive Council 

(2); Captain, Army ROTC; Society of 

American Military Engineers (4) ; A. I. A. 



Juanita Bailey DuQuoin 

Commerce 

Secretarial Training 

Evans Hall 

Alpha Lambda Delta (1); Secretarial Club 

Honors Day (2, 3); University of Illinois 

Scholarship Key 



Robert Clyde Bailey Allerton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
University Theatre Cast (3) ; University 
Theatre Crew (4) ; Orchesis (4) ; Illini 
Christian Fellowship (2) 
Honors Day (1) 



William Edsel Bailey. Caney, Kentucky 

Division of Special Services 

Marketing 

Parade Ground Units 

Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors (2) ; House 

President (2); Marketing Club 



Jack Roger Baird Colchester 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 
Honors Day (2) 



Walter Everett Baker Mattoon 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Star Course Manager (1, 2) ; Accountancy 

Club; Marketing Club; Young Republicans 

Club 



James Wilfed Bakle Evanston 

Division of Special Services 
Histor/i 
Alpha Delta Phi 
Skull and Crescent; Freshman Council: 
Young Republicans Club 



Mary Sammons Balestri Magnolia 

Education 
Elementary Education 
McKinley Hall 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Honors Day (1) 



Richard Michael Balestri McNabb 

Agriculture 

7 ocational Agriculture 

Twin Estates 

Alpha Tau Alpha; M.I. A. Executive Council 

(3) ; House President (3) ; Agricultural 

Education Club 



Neal Ball Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 

Granada Club 
Sigma Delta Chi, President (4): The 
Daily Illini (2, 3, 4); M.I.A. Executive 
Council (3, 4); University Chorus (4): 
McKinley Foundation Student Council (3, 
4) ; Young Republicans Club 

University of Chicago 



Gail Winifred Balthrope. . . Colli nsville 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Delta Delta Delta 
University of Colorado 



Marvin Arthur Bamburg Glencoe 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Alpha Rho Chi 
Star and Scroll; Gargoyle; Sigma Tau; 
Tau Beta Pi: Illini Union Committee (3, 
4, o) : House President (5) ; Fine and Ap- 
plied Arts Council (2) ; A. I. A. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 








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Division of Special Services 
A gricultural Economics 
Agricultural Economics Club 



Richard Fred Bangert Carlinville 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Star and Scroll; House President (3); 
Illini Sportsman's Club; Hoof and Horn 
Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Adrian Leon Banky Chicago 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 

Theta Xi 
Displaced Persons Committee (3); A.F.S. ; 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment; Young Republicans Club; Baseball 
Squad (2) 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Joseph John Banky Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Mar- 
keting Club 



Donald Wayne Barak Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Theta Delta Chi 
Skull and Crescent ; Accountancy Club 
Purdue University 



Felicia Jean Baran Cicero 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Loyola University, Saint Mary-of-the- 
Woods College 



Lorn Marguerite Baran Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Social Studies 
Evans Hall 
Illini Union Committee (4) ; Student Sen- 
ate (3) 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Allen Vaugiian Barker. .. McLeansboro 
Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Knight Club 
Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Zeta ; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Alpha Tau Alpha; Platoon Leader, 
Army ROTC ; Phi Chi Eta ( 3 ) ; Agricul- 
tural Education Club; Field and Furrow 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

William James Baron St. Joseph 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 



Jack Russell Barr Atlanta 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Sigma Phi Delta 
A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E. 
Blackburn College 



Jerry Dean Barr Fithian 

Commerce 
Management 
Esquire Club 
House President (3) ; Illini Campus Am- 
vets Post No. 202 ; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 



Daniel Robert Barry Quincy 

Commerce 
Management 
Phi Gamma Delta 
Illini Union Committee (1); Football Man- 
user (1, 2); Marketing Club; Society for 
the Advancement of Management 



William Horton Barry Joliet 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Alpha Phi Omega ; Illini Insurance So- 
ciety; Rho Epsilon; Young Republicans 
Club 

Joliet Junior College 



Richard Alden Barth Marengo 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Kozy Den 
Accountancy Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Charles Rollin Bartholomew. .Chicago 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Marketing Club 

Navy Pier Activities : Wrestling ( 1 ) 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois ; Coe College 



Albert Antanas Bartkus Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Lieutenant. Army ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau; 
Society of American Military Engineers 
(1, 2) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (2) 



Francis Leo Barton Wyoming 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Nabor House 
Plowboy Prom Committee (2) 



John Gwinford Barton. . . .McLeansboro 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.A.E. 

Southern Illinois University 



Norman Paul Baskes. . . .Highland Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

History 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 

Hillel Foundation Student Council (4) ; 

LAS Council (1, 3, 4), President (4); 

French Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Paula Lee Basner Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising and Design 
Indeco 
Gamma Alpha Chi; Society of Illustrators; 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2, 3); Univer- 
sity Chorus (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 










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Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 

Alpha Chi Omega 
University of Colorado 



Edward George Baiter Aurora 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Hendricks Dormitory 
Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (3) 



John Raymond Baumgarten. . . . Chicago 
Commerce 
Finance 
Phi Kappa 
Junior Interfraternity Council; Illini In- 
surance Society; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 



LOWBT Hinch Bayley, Jr.. . .Norris City 
Agriculture 
Economics 
Sigma Pi 
Ma-Wan-Da ; Sachem ; Board of Fraternity 
Affairs (2, 3, 4) ; Interfraternity Executive 
Council (2, 3, 4), President (4); Presi- 
dent, Junior Interfraternity Council (1); 
Student Senate (2) ; Freshman Council 
(1); Campus Fair Committee (4); Fresh- 
man Week Committee (2, 3) ; Greek Week 
Committee (2) ; Illini Traditions Committee 
(3); Interfraternity Ball Committee (2); 
Military Ball Committee (2) ; Captain. 
Army ROTC ; Alpha Rho Tau (3, 4); 
Scabbard and Blade (3, 4) ; Agricultural 
Economics Club; Field and Furrow 



Edward Nelson Baylor Lee Center 

Agriculture 
Dairy Science 
S.N.I.B. (2); Dairy Production Club 



Marjorie Duanne Bean . . . . Washington 

Education 

Elementary Educa t io n 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Shorter Board; Torch; Shi-Ai ; Illini Union 

Committee (1, 2); Star Course Manager 

(1, 2, 3) 



Mary' Jane Beattie Sparta 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Delta Delta Delta 
Phi Upsilon Omicron; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1, 2); University Theatre Crew 
(1); Star Course Manager (1, 2); Wo- 
men's Glee Club (1); S.N.I.B. (2, 3. 4); 
McKinley Foundation Student Council (3, 
4) ; Plowboy Prom Committee (2, 3) ; 
Home Economics Club 

Robert Jerome Bexulieii NapervUle 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Newman Hall 
Tomahawk; Arnold Air Society (3); Fly- 
ing CI uli 



.1 \ck Raymond Beaupre Bradley 

Commerce 

Insurance 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Ma-Wan-Da; Alpha Kappa Psi ; Pi Tau 
Sigma; Illini Union Committee (1) ; Junior 
Interfraternity Council (1); Student Sen- 
ate (2, 3, 4) ; Committee on Student Affairs 
(4); N.S.A. Senate Subcommittee (3, 4); 
Freshman Varsity Track Squad ; First 
Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Illini Insurance 
Society; Rho Epsilon 
Honors Day (1) 



Roberta Sydell Beck Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Evans Hall 
Future Teachers of America 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Woodrow Eldrige Beck Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
I.A.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Carl Eugene Becker St. Elmo 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture and Animal Science 

Alpha Gamma Rho 
Alpha Zeta; Alpha Tau Alpha; Y.M.C.A 
Committee (2) ; Junior Interfraternity 
Council (1); S.N.I.B. (2, 3, 4); Agricul- 
tural Council (3, 4). President (4) ; 
All-Ag Field Day Committee (2, 3, 4); 
Plowboy Prom Committee (3) ; Agricul- 
tural Education Club; Agriculture Club: 
Hoof and Horn Club; Little International 
Horse Show Committee (2, 3) 
Honors Day (1) 

Arlene Joy Bedau Glenview 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Leeman Lodge 
Phi Kappa Phi ; Phi Beta Kappa ; Young 
Republicans Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); L^niversity of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Jack Carl Bedore Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Newman Hall 
House President (3, 4) ; Student Senate 
(4); Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad; 
Intramural Manager (1, 2, 3); IM Rec 
Board (1); Marketing Club 
De Paul University 

Elmne Adrienne Behling Elgin 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Painting 
McKinley Hall 
Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta: 
Society of Illustrators; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (3); University Theatre Crew (2) 
Honors Day (3) 

Illinois Wesleyan University 

Barbara L. Bein Chicago 

Education 
Elenienta ry Education 
Delta Gamma 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2); Y.W.C.A. 
Cabinet (2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); 
W.A.A. Board (2); W.A.A. (2, 3); 
Gamma Delta; Horticulture Club; Future 
Teachers of America 
Honors Day (1) 



Vilmars Beinikis Mount Morris 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Noble House 

House President (1. 2. 3); Society of 

American Military Engineers (2) ; A.I.E.E.- 

I.R.E.; A.S.A.E.; Illini Sportsman's Club 



John Francis Belluso Manteno 

Division of Special Services 
Advertising Design 
Parade Ground Units 
House President (2) 



Clarence Newton Benard. .Mt. Vernon 

Agriculture 

Teacher Training in Agriculture 

University Chorus (4) ; Southern Baptist 

Foundation Student Council (3, 4); Illini 

Christian Fellowship (3, 4) ; Agricultural 

Education Club; Field and Furrow 

Centralia Junior College 

Carol Ann Bender Bloomington 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Social Studies 
Delta Delta Delta 




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Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 



John Paul Benisek Broadvii < 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Theta Xi 
I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (3) ; Displaced 
Persons Committee (2) ; IM Rec Board 
(3); Physical Education Majors Club: 
Young Republicans Club 



Constance Valaida Bennett. . .Chicago 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Evans Hall 
Future Teachers of America 
Roosevelt University 



Robert Jay Berger Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Flagg House 
Sociology Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Jane Anne Bergeson Streator 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Advertising Design 

Kappa Delta 

Ulini Union Committee (3) ; Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (3); Orchesis (2, 3, 4); Pan- 

hellenic Ball Committee (2) 



Richard Alan Berggren Hinsdale 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 








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Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
House President (4) ; Ulini Union Com- 
mittee (1) ; Interfraternity Ball Committee 
(2); First Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; 
A.S.M.E .; S.A.E. 



Eleanor Louise Benson Evanston 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Busey Hall 
University of Michigan 



Louis Jesse Bentsen Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Barbara Anne Beretich. . . .Palos Park 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Evans Hall 
Rosary College 



Roger Lee Berg Islip, New Tork 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
College Hall 
Phi Eta Sigma; Lieutenant, NROTC; 
Navy Council (4); A.I.Ch.E.; M.I.S.; 
Western Society of Engineers 
Honors Day (1) 



Alice Catherine Berger 

Patchogue, New Tork 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 



Richard Lee Berger Belleville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Cyclothem Club; Rifle and Pistol Club 
Belleville Junior College 



James Leo Bergschneider Ashland 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Illinois State Normal University 



Larry Bernard Berkley Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
The Illio (1) ; A.I. A. 



Richard Wayne Bermes Greenfield 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Tau ; Eta Kappa Nu 
Honors Day (2) 

Oregon State College 



Richard William Berxardini 

Tinley Park 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Sigma Tau Gamma 
A. LA. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Barbara Ann Berner Chicago 

Education 
Physical Education 
Chi Omega 
Ulini Union Committee (3) ; W.A.A. Board 
(3); W.A.A. Numerals (3); W.A.A. (3, 
4) ; Physical Education Majors Club 
University of Wisconsin 



Francis Louise Bernhardt. . . .St. Peter 
Agriculture 
Retailing 
Evans Hall 
Gamma Delta ; Marketing Club 



Sandra Ellen Berks Bloomington 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Alpha Epsilon Phi 
University Theatre Crew (1, 2, 3) ; WILL 
(1, 2, 3, 4) ; Panhellenic Ball Committee 
(1); Young Democrats Club (2); Home- 
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Gene Carlin Berryman Springfield 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Lenore Helen Bersell Elmhurst 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Sigma Delta Pi 
Honors Day (3) 

Marquette University 



Harold Van Cleve Bextel Skokie 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Scarab; A. I. A. 



Bruce Odiel Beyaert Galesburg 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Alpha Chi Sigma 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Chi 
Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon; A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Edgar Herman Beyer Maywood 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Chi Gamma Iota ; Field and Furrow 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Peter Bianco, Jr Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Political Science 
Newman Hall 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Herbert Mayes Bicknell. . . .Lovington 
Agriculture 
Dairy Science 
Dairy Production Club 

Illinois Wesleyan University 



Mary Karen Biddle Bloomington 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Pi Beta Phi 
Sigma Alpha Iota; The Ulio (1); Star 
Course Manager (2) ; Women's Glee Club 
(1) 
Honors Day (2) 



Marorajean Black Oak Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish and French 

Vanlig 
Orchesis (3, 4) ; Navy Pier Alumni Asso- 
ciation; Spanish Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Orchesis (1, 2); 
Iota Pi Sigma (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Charles Paul Blahous, Jr Chicago 

Engineering 
Ceramic Engineering 
Alpha Chi Rho 
Keramos; Illini Union Committee (2); 
Junior Interfraternity Council (1) ; House 
President (4) ; Tribe of Illini (2, 3. 4) ; 
Varsity Squad Fencing (2), Letter (2) ; 
Lieutenant Colonel, Army ROTC ; Phalanx 
(3, 4) ; Society of American Military En- 
gineers (4) 



John Gordon Bidner Farmer City 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculture 
Alpha Tau Alpha; Men's Glee Club (1); 
Agricultural Education Club 



Gary Keith Biehfehdt Anchor 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Law 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Varsity Football Squad (2) ; Freshman 
Varsity Football Squad ; Freshman Var- 
sity Basketball Squad; Freshman Varsity 
Baseball Squad; First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC 



Wesley' Gerhardt Bieritz. . . .Yorkville 

Agriculture 

Animal Science 

Park Lane Lodge 

House President (3); University Chorus 

(2, 3, 4) ; Illini Christian Fellowship (1, 2) 

Honors Day (3) 



Harold Bierman Skokie 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Tau Delta Phi 
Interfraternity Council (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Inter- 
fraternity Ball Committee (2) 



James Lewis Bigley Granite City 

Commerce 
Management 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
University Theatre Cast (1) ; Campus Chest 
(2); Orchesis (4); Marketing Club; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management 



Kamil A. Bikul Ankara, Turkey 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

St. John's University 



Jerald Edward Binkley Ridgefarm 

Agriculture 
Agriculture Education 
Agricultural Education Club 









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Michael Biondo Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Psychology 



Samuel Edward Birkey' Pelcin 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Minawa Lodge 
House President (2, 3) ; Illini Christian 
Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Club ; Young Republicans Club 



Jay Bishov Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Tau Epsilon Phi 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 





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Libera] Arts and Sciences 
History 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Phi Alpha Theta 

University of Chicago ; Ohio Wesleyan 
University 



MARTANN Drost Bitzer Maryvillc 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Honors Day (3) 

St. Louis University 



Robert Lewis Biven LeRoy 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 



Stanley Theodore Bjurstrom. .Mattoon 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Four Columns 
Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad (1) 



Sarah Blacher. . . .Appleton, Wisconsin 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Evans Hall 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3) ; University 
Theatre Cast (3) ; University Chorus (2) ; 
WILL (2, 3, 4) ; Illini Forensic Associa- 
tion ; Future Teachers of America 
University of Wisconsin 

Deborah Margaret Blair 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Chi Omega 
Shorter Board; Torch; Mask and Bauble; 
Illini Union Committee (2) ; University 
Theater Manager (3) ; University Theater 
Cast (1, 3); University Theater Crew (1, 
2, 3) ; Panhellenic Executive Council (4) ; 
Student Senate (2, 3, 4) ; Coordination 
Committee (3, 4) ; N.S.A. Senate Sub- 
committee (3) 

Keith Blandford Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Sigma Nu 
Sachem; Skull and Crescent; The Illio 
(1); Major Chairman Spring Carnival 
illini Union Committee (3) ; Illini Union 
Council (3) ; Illini Union Committee (1, 
2) ; A.I.Ch.E. 

Joyce Louise Smith Blanke. .Kankakee 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in History 
Chi Omega 
Shi-Ai; The Illio (1, 2); Star Course 
Manager (2); Freshman Council (1) 
Honors Day (2) 



Paul Frederick Blanke Kankakee 

Commerce 
Prelaw 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Skull and Crescent; Campus Chest (2); 
Second Regimental Band (1, 2) 



John Thomas Blankinship, Jr. 

Murphysboro 
Commerce 
Management 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Campus Chest (1); Finance Club; Society 
for the Advancement of Management 



William Walter Blase Hamel 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Theta Xi 
Pi Tau Sigma ; University Lutheran Chapel 
(3, 4) ; Gamma Delta, President (4) 
Southern Illinois University 



John E. Blassick Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Evans Scholars 
A.I.A. 



Phyllis Claire Bleck Aurora 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music 
Palamar 
Sigma Alpha Iota; W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Concert Band (2, 3, 4) ; First Regimental 
Band (1, 3); University Orchestra (2, 3, 
4) ; University Chorus (1) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

James Vincent Bloomquist 

Downers Grove 
Engineering 
Electrical and Mechanical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; A.S.M.E.; Uli-Knights 



Virginia Lucile Blum Collinsvillc 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

English 

Delta Delta Delta 

The Daily Illini (1); Orchesis (2); Mi- 

Kinley Foundation Student Council (3, 4) 

Honors Day (1) 



James Peter Bobis Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Alan Francis Bobka Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Noble House 
M.I.A. Executive Council (3); A.S.C.E. 

Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Edward Allen Bobrick. 
Commerce 
Marketing 

Marketing Club 



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Commerce 




Accountancy 




Zeta Beta Tau 




Football Marching Band (1, 


2, 3, 4); 


First Regimental Band (1, 2, 


3, 4) ; En- 



sign, NROTC; Accountancy Club 



David Eugene Bodell Belleville 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Kappa Sigma 
The Daily Illini (2); Illini Union Com- 
mittee (2) ; Accountancy Club 

Belleville Township Junior College 













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Robert William Bodie Oak Parle 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Kappa Phi; Beta Alpha Psi ; Account- 
ancy Club 
Honors Day (1) 

Wilson Junior College; Colorado State 
College of Education 



Thaddeus Joseph BODUCH Lombard 

Commerce 
/; usiness Education 
Newman Hall 
Business Education Club; Future Business 
Leaders of America 
Wilson Junior College 



Robert Martin Bojabzin. . . .Springfield 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Springfield Junior College 



Pbrry Richard Bolhous. . Prophetstown 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Engineering Council (3) ; Captain, Array 
BOTC; A.S.A.E. 



Sully Willi \m Bonansinga Quincy 

Engineering 
Industrial Engiuee ring 
Phi Delta Theta 
Skull and Crescent; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1, 2); Ensign, NROTC ; S.I.E.S. 



William Lewis Bond Wilmette 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Varsity Wrestling Squad 
(2); Accountancy Club; Young Republi- 
cans Club 



John Clark Bonds Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Accountancy Club; Marketing Club 



Thomas Lee Bonwell Champaign 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; Football Marching 
Band (1, 2, 3, 4) ; First Regimental Band 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 3); 
Oratorio Society (3) 



Oral Thomas Booker Buffalo 

Agriculture 
Extension 
Noble House 
I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (2) ; Second Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC ; Agriculture Extension 
Club 



Stephen Bookstein Brooklyn 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Phi Alpha Delta; Phi Alpha Theta; Fresh- 
man Varsity Baseball Squad 



Robert LaVern Boothroyd. .Rock Island 






Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Colonial Arms 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 


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Raymond Fiore Borelli Chicago 

Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
Delta Chi 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2) ; Engineer- 
ing Council (4); Captain, Army ROTC; 
Armed Forces Amateur Radio Club (1, 2) ; 
Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); A.S.M.E 



Carolyn Jane Bostic Mattoun 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Spanish 
Rosewood 
Zeta Phi Eta; House President (3); Uni 
versity Choir (1) 



Jo Ann Botijwell. .Indianapolis, Indiana 
Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Delta Zeta 



James Harlan Bottrell Windsor 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Delta Theta Epsilon, President (4) ; Phi 
Epsilon Kappa ; Physical Education Ma- 
jors Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of llli 
nois Scholarship Key 



James Henry Bower Quincy 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Phi Epsilon Kappa 
Tulsa University 



Quinten Otto Bowles Champaign 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music Education 

Spring Musical (4) ; Football Marching 

Band (5) ; First Regimental Band (. r >) ; 

University Chorus (1) 



Charles Trennace Bowman, Jr. 

Champa igi 
Division of Special Services 
Management 



John Thomas Boyd Chicago 

Commerce 
Sales and Advertising 
Kappa Sigma 
Star Course Manager (1); Campus Chest 
(1) ; Interfraternity Council (2, 3) ; Junior 
Interfraternity Council (1) ; Interfraternity 
Ball Committee (3) ; Marketing Club 

Lee Alan Boye Highland Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Star and Scroll; Phi Eta Sigma; The Daily 
Illini (2) 
Honors Day (1) 











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Thomas Joseph Brady, jh Evanston 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Armory House 
Canterbury Foundation Student Council 
(3, 4); LAS Council (4); Young Repub- 
licans Club 

Cornell College 

Janet Sue Beakensiek Quincy 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Shi-Ai; The Daily Mini (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Campus Editor (4) 



Alex Beam; Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Donald Walter Branz. ...... .Streator 

Division of Special Services 
Accountancy 
Phi Eta Sigma ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Robert Edward Bratthauar 

St. Charles 

Veterinary Medicine 

Veterinary Medicine 
Student Veterinary Medical Ass'n; Omega 
Tau Sigma 



Joan Marilyn Braught Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Evans Hall 
University Theatre Crew (3, 4); I. U.S.A. 
Barberettes (3) ; Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica 

Wright Junior College 



Wesley Joseph Brazas Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Harold Edward Breece Knoxville 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculture 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Second Regimental Band (3, 4) ; Agri- 
cultural Education Club 

Western Illinois State University 



Donald Carl Breitenreiter. . . .Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Parade Ground Units 
Freshman Varsity Football Squad 



Henry Higginson Brennan. . .Evanston 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Delta Tau Delta 
Scarab; Star Course Manager (1) 
University of California 



Paula Bresee Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 

Pi Beta Phi 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi 
Alpha Theta; The Ulio (2); Mini Union 
Board (3) ; Major Chairman Music Hours 
Mini Union Committee (3) ; University 
Choir (2); Oratorio Society (2, 3) 
Honors Day (2) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Pomona College 

Russell Clay Brewer Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
The Mansion 
I.A.S. 

Illinois Institute of Technology, Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

Francis E. Briel, Jr Ottaira 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 

Phi Delta Theta 
Accountancy Club; A.S.M.E.; Mini Campus 
Amvets Post No. 202; Mini Sportsman's 
Club; Rho Epsilon; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management; Young Demo- 
crats Club 

Purdue University 



John William Briggs Neponset 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Wikia 
Major, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air So- 
ciety (3, 4) ; Pershing Rifles (2, 3, 4) 



Bruce Edwin Briley Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Flagg House 

Navy Pier Activities : Varsity Gymnastic 
Team (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



June Armstrong Brill Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Home Economics Club ; Future Teachers of 
America 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Ralph Lewis Brill Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Men's Residence Hall Addition 3 
Phi Alpha Theta 
Honors Day (2) 



Doris Jeanne Brissenden Pontiac 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Kappa Delta 
The Ulio (1); Star Course Manager (1, 
2) ; Y.M.C.A. Committee (4) 



Maynard Michael Brittan Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Zeta Beta Tau 
The Daily Mini (3, 4); Mini Union Com- 
mittee (3, 4) 

University of Arizona 



Roy Lewis Brizz Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Phi Kappa 
House President (4) ; Newman Foundation 
Student Council ; Mini Sportsman's Club 
Wright Junior College 









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Luella Broaddus Varna 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Alpha Lambda Delta ; University Theatre 
Crew (2); Concert Band (1, 2, 3, 4); 
University Chorus (1, 2) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



William Richard Brouiile Aurora 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Phi Kappa 
Marketing Club 

Saint Mary's College 



Alton Roe Brown Brownstonn 

Division of Special Services 
Geology 



Gerald Earl Brown Haywood 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Football Marching Band 
(2, 3, 4); First Regimental Band (1, 2, 
3, 4); Second Regimental Band (1) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Jack Brown, Jr San Antonio, Texas 

Law 
Law 
Phi Alpha Delta; Student Senate (3); 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202 ; Mini 
Insurance Society; Junior Bar Association; 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Millikin University 



Kenneth Lee Brown Viola 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Sigma Delta Pi; WILL (3, 4); WPGU 
(3); Rifle and Pistol Club 



Richard George Brown Enfield 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Education 
Club ; Field and Furrow 
Honors Day (2) 



Shirley Joan Brown Lansing 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 

Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi 
Alpha Theta 

Navy Pier Activities: Activities Honor- 
ary (2) ; University Dance Committee (1, 
2) 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Will Kenneth Brown, Jr Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
All-Ways-Home 
A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. ; St. Pat's Ball 
Committee 



Harold Brownstein Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Tribe of Illini (2, 3, 4) ; Wrestling Var- 
sity Squad (2, 3, 4) ; Wrestling Letter 
(2, 3, 4) ; Freshman Varsity Wrestling 
Squad ; Freshman Varsity Football Squad ; 
Physical Education Majors Club 



Joseph Charles Broz Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Frank Maurice Bruiins. . .Schiller Pari; 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
A.I.Ch.E. ; Gamma Delta 



Philip Carl Brumbaugh 

West Milton, Ohio 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Kappa Delta Rho 
Varsity Football Squad (2) ; Freshman 
Football Varsity Squad; A.S.C.E. 



Thomas Duane Brumleve Mattoon 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Eastern Illinois State College 



June Kay Brummel Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Pi Kappa Sigma 
Campus Chest (1); House President (4) 
Honors Day (1) 



Dorothy Ann Brunkow Glen Ellyn 

Agriculture 
Some Economics 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Shorter Board ; Phi Upsilon Omicron ; 
Illini Union Board (4) ; Major Chairman 
Coffee Hour Illini Union Committee (3) ; 
Illini Union Council (3) ; Union Committee 
(1, 2); Star Course Manager (1, 2); 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); Campus Chest 
Allocations and Advisory Board (4) ; Mar- 
keting Club 

Robert Earl Brunson. . . .Lawrenceville 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta Upsilon 
Sachem; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; 
Baseball Manager (1, 2, 3); Men's Glee 
Club (1, 2) ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 3) 

Theodore Eugene Bruzas. . .Mulkeylown 

Agriculture 

Agriculture Education 

King's Kastle 

Agricultural Education Club ; Hoof and 

Horn Club 



Peggy Hoover Bryan Champaign 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Voice 

Alpha Omicron Pi 

Sigma Alpha Iota; Illini Union Committee 

(1, 2) ; University Choir (1, 2, 3) ; Oratorio 

(2); Spring Musical Cast (3) 

University of Arizona ; Phillips Univer- 
sity; Baylor University 

Anne Regina Buchunas Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Future Teachers of America 
Honors Day (2) 

George Washington University 















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Elaine Claudia Buciak Worth 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Theta Upsilon 

The Illio (3) ; University Theatre Crew 

(2); W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Terrapin (2); 

Future Teachers of America 



Sandra Jane Buckley Waukegan 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Iota Sigma Pi; 
A.C.S., President (3) ; Young Republicans 
Club 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Robert Worth Buddemeier Vrbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Tomahawk; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Lambda 
Upsilon; University Theatre Cast (1, 2, 
3, 4) ; University Theatre Crew (1, 2, 3) ; 
A.C.S. 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Carl Albert Budelsky Elmhurst 

Agriculture 

Animal Science 

Phi Kappa Tau 

Wa-Na-See; Illini Union Committee (1, 

2); Baseball Manager (3); Hoof and 

Horn Club 



Donald Gerarde Bueche Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 
Wilson Junior College 



John Richard Bugg Peoria 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
French 
Four Columns Annex 
French Club; German Club; Marketing 
Club ; Sociology Club 



Robert Anthony Bugler Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



l.iiitov George Buhr East St. Louis 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.P.S.; A.S.M.E. 

University of Missouri 



Kuvin CALKS Bundy Urbana 

Agriculture 

Floriculture 
Floriculture Club 



Ola Marie Bundy - Champaign 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
W.A.A. il, 2, ::, 4); Physical Education 
Majors Club 



Vicki Jane Bunting. .Jackson, Michigan 
Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Alpha Phi 
DePauw University 



Ronald George Burgess Brookfield 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; Mi-Knights 

Lyons Township Junior College 



James E. Burk, Jr Effingham 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Chi Gamma Iota ; Beta Alpha Psi ; Account- 
ancy Club 
Honors Day (2) 

Taylor University; Eastern Illinois Uni- 
versity 



Linda Lee Burkhart Aurora 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Omicron Pi 

Northern Illinois State University; Al- 
verno College 



Joel Leon Busman Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Premedicine 
Men's Residence Hall Addition 4 
Omega Beta Pi (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Bernard Bullard Burnett. .Springfield 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Wesmen 
Football Marching Band (1, 2); First 
Regimental Band (1, 2) ; Major, Air Force 
ROTC; Arnold Air Society; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



Richard H. Burns Dwight 

Division of Special Services 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; A. I. A.; Illini Campus 
Amvets Post No. 202 



Barbara Marie Burr Ottawa 

Education 
Education of the Deaf 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
University Theatre Crew (1); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1, 2) 



Charles Enos Burrus Williamsville 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Farmhouse 
Alpha Zeta ; University Theatre Crew ( 1 ) ; 
Second Regimental Band (1) ; Agricultural 
Economics Club; Field and Furrow; Flying 
Club ; Plowboy Prom Committee ( 1 ) ; Hoof 
and Horn Club; Illini Sportsman's Club 



Esther Ann Bush Brookport 

Education 
Elementary Education 










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Francisco Antonio Bustamante 

Caracas, Venezuela 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Triangle 
A..T.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Tkkky Ruth Butler Saybrook 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Delta Zeta 
Chi-Ai; Major Chairman Campus Rela- 
tions Illini Union Committee (4); Ulini 
Union Council (4) ; Illini Union Committee 
(1, 2, 3, 4) ; University Theatre Crew (1) ; 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (3); W.A.A. (1, 2, 
:s, 4); Greek Week Committee (3); Pan- 
hellenic Ball Committee (1); U. of I. Stu- 
dent Chapter of the American Recreational 
Society; Physical Education Majors Club; 
Young Democrats Club 

Philip Allan Cabti Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Simpson Hall 
Accountancy Club; A.I. A. 

Theodore Martin Caiazza 

Western Springs 
Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Kappa Sigma 
Wa-Na-See; Tribe of Illini (2, 3, 4) ; Var- 
sity Basketball Squad (2, 3, 4) ; Letter 
(3, 4); Freshman Varsity Basketball 
Squad; Varsity Track Squad (2, 3, 4); 
Letter (2, 3, 4) ; Freshman Varsity Track 
Squad; Physical Education Majors Club 

Luis Alfonso Calderon 

Bogota, Coloynbia 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Colombian Student's Asso- 
ciation, President (4) 
University of the Andes 



Naomi Ruth Calisoff Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Delta Phi Epsilon 
Gamma Alpha Chi ; Society of Illustrators 



Ward Dennis Calonder Chicago 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Agricultural Economics Club 
Wilson Junior College 



Arlen Richard Campbell Lemont 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Premedicine 
Men's Residence Hall, Addition 3 
Joliet Junior College 



Sally Meyer Campbell Park Ridge 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Illini Christian Fellowship (3, 4) 
Northwestern University 



Albert Henry Cannon Urbana 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Engineering Council (4) ; A.S.M.E. ; S.A.E., 
President (4) 



Raymond George Capek Berwyn 

Engineering 
Ceramic Engineering 
Shawnee 
Sigma Tau; Keramos; A.C.S. 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Richard Charles Capek Cicero 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Chi Epsilon; Second Lieuten- 
ant, NROTC; Pershing Rifles (1) ; A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Ronald Guido Caprini Cicero 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 
Morton Junior College 



Walter Louis Carl East St. Louis 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Marketing Club ; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

McKendree College; Belleville Junior Col- 
lege; Southern Illinois University 



Carl William Carlson, Jr Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Scarab ; Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 
202 

Wright Junior College ; Technological 
Institute of Monterrey 



Emrik Herman Carlson Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 

University Chorus (3, 4) ; Accountancy 

Club; Illini Sportsman's Club; Society for 

the Advancement of Management 

North Park College; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Melba Harriet Carlson 

Brentwood, Missouri 
Education 
Mathematics 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
University Theatre Crew (3, 4) ; Campus 
Chest (3) 

Missouri University 



Robert Eugene Carlson. . .Blue Island 
Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Phi Kappa 
Skull and Crescent; I.A.S. 



Raymond Merle Carmichael. .Heyworth 
Agriculture 
Agricultural Economics 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Star and Scroll; Alpha Zeta; The Illio (1, 
2) ; Illini Union Committee (1, 2) ; House 
President (4); S.N. LB. (3, 4); Agricul- 
tural Council (3, 4); All-Ag Field Day 
Committee (1, 2, 3); Plowbov Prom Com- 
mittee (1, 2); Major, Air Force ROTC; 
Arnold Air Society (3); Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Club ; Field and Furrow ; Hoof and 
Horn Club; Illini Sportsman's Club; Little 
International Horseshow Committee 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Howard Sol Carney Peoria 

Commerce 
Finance 
Zeta Beta Tau 
Illini Union Committee (1 2) ; Campus 
Chest (1, 2); Student Senate (1, 2); 
Freshman Varsity Golf Squad (1, 2, 4); 
Commerce Council (4) ; Greek Week Com- 
mittee (2); Military Ball Committee (3); 
Second Lieutenant, Air Force ROTC ; Ar- 
nold Air Society (3); Finance Club; Illini 
Insurance Society; Little United Nations 










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James Growao Care Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta Chi 
Star and Scroll; Junior Interfraternity 
Council (1) ; Interfraternity Ball Com- 
mittee (1) ; Military Ball Committee (3) ; 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Alpha Rho 
Tau (3, 4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); 
Accountancy Club; Finance Club 

Kenneth Ronald Carr Worth 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 

Wesmen 
Wesley Foundation Student Council (4) ; 
Captain, Army ROTC; Society of Ameri- 
can Military Engineers, President (4) ; 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; German Club 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Jane Ann Carrigan Catlin 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Fehner House 
House President (2) ; Women's Glee Club 
(1. 3) 



Dorothy Anne Carter Barrington 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Theta Upsilon 
Mortar Board; Gamma Alpha Chi; Society 
of Illustrators; Major Chairman Fine Arts 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; Mini Union 
Council (3) ; Illini Union Committee (2, 
3) ; University Theatre Crew (1) ; Fresh- 
man Council (1); Illigreek Art Editor 

(3) ; Newman Foundation Student Council 
(3, 4); Panhellenic BaU Committee (2) 

Carl Ernest Carlston Chicago 

Engineering 

Engineering Physics 

Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi, President 

(4) ; Pi Mu Epsilon; Physics Society; 
Young Democrats Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

Wright Junior College, Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 

Allen Robert Cassens Hamel 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Beta Theta Pi 
Phi Eta Sigma; Star Course Manager (1, 
2); Swimming Manager (1, 2); Football 
Marching Band (2, 3, 4) ; Second Regi- 
mental Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Men's Glee 
Club (2, 3, 4) ; Accountancy Club; Society 
for the Advancement of Management 
Honors Day (1) 

Joseph James Castronovo Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Engineering Council (4) ; A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E. 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Michael Angelo Cavallo . . . . Mundelein 
Journalism 
Advertising 
Club 311 
Alpha Delta Sigma ; Alpha Phi Omega ; 
House President (4) ; Marketing Club 
Honors Day (2) 



William Marvin Cazier Decatur 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
House President (4) ; A.S.C.S. 
Millikin University 



Irma Joan Cefalo 

Education 
English 
Maple Hall 
Future Teachers of America 
Morton Junior College 



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Neal Carlton Chamberlain. . .Pittsfield 

Engineering 

Agricultural Engineering 

Koinonia 

House President (4) ; University Baptist 

Foundation Student Council (2, 3, 4) ; 

A.S.A.E. 



Joseph John Chandler Freeporl 

Division of Special Services 
Management 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202 ; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management 
Honors Day (1) 



Elaine Yen Chang 

Taipei, Taiwan, China 
Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Wescoga 
Phi Upsilon Omicron ; University Chorus 
(2, 3) ; Chinese Students Club; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 

Taiwan Normal University; East Texas 
Baptist College 

Saifook Chan-Maeder Ipoh, Malaya 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Design 

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John James Chaput Chicago 

Commerce 
Accounting and Management 
Newman Hall 
Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Francis Woody Cheatham Ava 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Sigma Chi 
Marketing Club 

University of Tulsa 



Grace Ethel Chechyk 

Washington, D.C. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Phi Sigma Sigma 
George Washington University 



James Daniel Chengary Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Skull and Crescent; Varsity Basketball 
Squad (2, 3, 4) ; Freshman Varsity Base- 
ball Squad; IM Rec Board (4); Physical 
Education Majors Club 



Helen June Chick Metropolis 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
McKinley Hall 
Disciples of Christ Foundation Student 
Council (1, 2) ; German Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Ross Edward Childers Mendota 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Garmen 

Second Regimental Band (2) ; Lutheran 

Student Foundation Student Council (2) ; 

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Charles William Chimento. .Springfield 
Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Son's Home 
Illini Sportsman's Club 



Way Wah Chin Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.F.S.; A.S.M.E. 

Wilson Junior College 



Thomas Edward Chizek Chicago 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Clark House 
Honors Day (3) 

Wright Junior College 



Albert I-Pao Cho Peiping, China 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; Chinese 
Students Club; S.A.E. 

Oklahoma Baptist University; Swarth- 
more College 



Robert Hugh Choate Anna 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Southern Illinois University 



Charles Delbert Christensen, Jr. 

Chicago 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Flagg House 
Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (2) 



Joyce Elaine Christensen. . Waukegan 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Pi Beta Phi 
Campus Chest (1); Illini Union Committee 
(1, 2, 3); Fine and Applied Arts Council 
(2); Greek Week Committee (3) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Richard Peter Christopher 

Rock Island 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Commerce Council (3, 
4) ; Accountancy Club (3, 4) 



Peter Christy Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

Navy Pier Activities: A.S.M.E. (2); 
Varsity Football (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



John F. Ciesko Lansing 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Major, Army ROTC; Society of American 
Military Engineers (2, 3, 4), President 
(3); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Maxwjsll Gerard Cisne Champaign 

Commerce 
Accountancy and Management 
Phi Delta Theta 
Honors Day (1) 



Paul Clancy Freeport 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Illini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202; Marketing Club; Society for 
the Advancement of Management 
West "Virginia Wesleyan College 



Karen Louise Clark Rockford 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Evans Hall 
Home Economics Club 

Northern Illinois State University 



Carl Kennedy Clayton Murrayville 

Agriculture 
Farm Management 
University Theatre Cast; Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Club ; Field and Furrow- 
Illinois College 



Jerry Patton Cleary El Paso 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha Chi Rho 
Illini Union Committee (2) ; Captain, Army 
ROTC; Phalanx (3, 4) 
Honors Day (3) 



Thomas Edward Clements. . .Wellington 

Agriculture 

General Agriculture 

Agriculture Education Club; Field and 

Furrow Club 



Dorothea Rita Cloos Hinsdale 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha House 
W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); House President 
(4) ; Future Teachers of America 



Kenneth Eugene Cocking Erie 

Agriculture 

General Agriculture 

The Mansion 

Wa-Na-See; Illini Union Committee (1); 

M.I.A. Executive Council (3, 4) ; Field 

and Furrow 



Jules Gerrold Cogan Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Prelaw 

Phi Sigma Delta 
Major Chairman Jazz-U-Like-It Illini Un- 
ion Committee (4) ; Illini Union Committee 
(2, 3, 4); House President (3, 4); Intra- 
mural Manager (1) ; LAS Council (2) 
Spanish Club 

De Paul University 

Don Brinee Cohen Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Barton House 
Accountancy Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
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Kenneth Jean Cohen 

Bollywood, Florida 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Sigma Tau ; Engineering Council (4); 

A.I.E.E.-I.E.E.; Illuminating Engineering 

Society, President (4) 

Georgia Institute of Technology 

Philip Eugene Cohen Evanston 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
El Patio 
Navy Pier Alumni Association; Young 
Democrats Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Edward Marvin Cohon Chicago 

Pine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Zeta Beta Tau 
Gargoyle ; Sigma Tau ; Tau Beta Pi ; Mini 
Union Committee (1, 2); Major, Army 
ROTC; Phalanx (4, 5) ; Society for Ameri- 
can Military Engineers (4, 5) ; A. I. A. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Ethelann Cole Champaign 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
lllini Union Committee (2) 
Honors Day (1) 



Charles Ira Coleman, Jr. .. .Springfield 

Commerce 

Industrial A dmin ist ra t io n 

Wesmen 

Alpha Kappa Psi ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Society 

for the Advancement of Management 



Gwendolyn Edith Collins Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Al\n Howard Comm Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Tau Delta Phi 
lllini Union Committee 

Roosevelt University; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Stephen Michael Conhain 

Long Beach, New York 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Prelaw 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
Omega Beta Pi ; lllini Union Committee 
(1, 2) ; Junior Interfraternity Council 
(1); Freshman Council (1); Freshman 
Week Committee (2); LAS Council (2); 
French Club ; Young Democrats Club 

Claire O'Connell Conxin. . .Bensenville 

Education 
History 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Shorter Board; Torch; The Daily lllini 
(1, 2, 3); lllini Union Committee (I); 
Panhellenic Executive Council (3) ; Greek 
Week Committee (3), Major Chairman (3) 



Patrick Owen Conlon Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Phi Kappa 
Sigma Delta Chi; lllini Union Committee 
(1) ; University Theatre Cast (3, 4) ; Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (3) ; WILL (3, 4) 
Honors Day (3) 



Carolin Connell Hinsdale 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Historg 

Gamma Phi Beta 
Alpha Lambda Delta; The Illio (1); 
Y.W.C.A. Cabinet; Y.W.C.A. Committee; 
Second Regimental Band (1) McKinlev 
Foundation Student Council (2); LAS 
Council (1, 2) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

University of Paris ; Sweet Briar College 



Ralph William Conr\d Shokie 

Division of Special Services 
Accountancy 
Chi Gamma Iota ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Ac- 
countancy Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 






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Harold James Collins La Harpe 

Engineering 
I'll ysics Engine e ri ng 
Triangle 
Sigma Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; Y.M.C.A. 
Cabinet (2); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2); 
Young Republicans Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Jack Joseph Colwell Ottawa 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Delta Chi; The 
Daily lllini (2, 3), Night Editor (3) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Robert Douglas Colwell Peoria 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Sigma Pi 
Scarab 



Edward James Comisky Streator 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Economics 
Farmhouse 
S.N.I. B. (3, 4); All-Ag Field Day Com- 
mittee (4) ; Plowboy Prom Committee (3) ; 
Agricultural Economics Club; Field and 
Furrow 



Robert Roy Coons Chicago 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Wesmen 

Alpha Phi Omega; House President (4); 

lllini Traditions Committee; A.F.S. ; A.S. 

M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Mary Alice Cooper Riverton 

Agriculture 

Home Economics Education 
Presby Hall 
Home Economics Club; Future Teachers 
of America 



Robert Allen Cooper Cicero 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Flagg House 



Stanley t Austin Cooper. .Cherry Valley 
Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Alpha Phi Omega; The Illio (1); Cadet 
Captain, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Ail- 
Society (3, 4); lllini Sportsman's Club; 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 






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Sidney Allan Copilow Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 

Zeta Beta Tau 
The Daily Mini (2); Campus Chest (1); 
Junior Interfraternity Council (1) ; Com- 
mittee on Student Discipline (3) ; Fresh- 
man Varsity Track Squad; Freshman Var- 
sity Weight Lifting Squad; Men's Glee 
Club (2); Mini Writers (2); Infantry 
Club (2) ; Flying Club (2) 

Los Angeles College ; University of Ari- 
zona 

Robert Galen Coplan Kewanee 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Shawnee House 
Varsity Track Squad (2, 3) ; Freshman 
Varsity Track Squad 



William Gene Corley Shelbyville 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Wa-Na-See; Sachem; Star and Scroll; Phi 
Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Chi Epsilon; Star Course 
Manager (1) ; Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors 
(3); Y.M.C.A. Committee (2, 3); Student 
Senate (3); Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 3), 
President (4) ; Lieutenant Colonel, Army 
ROTC ; Society of American Military En- 
gineers (3, 4) ; A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Stanley Lee Cornelison Paxton 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Chi Gamma Iota ; Accountancy Club 
Eastern Illinois State College 



Charles Richard Correll Robinson 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Sigma Pi 
Phi Eta Sigma; Tribe of Mini (2, 3, 4); 
Varsity Golf Squad (2, 3, 4) ; Captain 
(4); Letter (1, 2, 3, 4); Freshman Var- 
sity Golf Squad; Captain, Air Force 
ROTC; Arnold Air Society (3, 4); 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Texas Agriculture and Mining 

James Guion Cotten Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Knight Club 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Theodore Ronald Couch Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Sigma Delta Chi; W.P.G.U. (2) 
Honors Day (2) 



Carol Ann Cox Des Plaines 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Student Senate (3, 4) ; Panhellenic Ball 
Committee (3) 

Miami University 



Linda Carol Coxe Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Painting 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Alpha Lambda Delta ; Society of Illustra- 
tors ; Mini Union Committee (3); Univer- 
sity Theatre Crew (1); Fine and Applied 
Arts Council (3) ; Young Republicans Club 
Honors Dav (1, 2, 3) 



Hurshel Eugene Craig Chrisman 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculture 
Agricultural Education Club 

Eastern Illinois State College; Illinois 
State Normal University 



William Ray Craio Chrisman 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Agricultural Economics Club 

Illinois State Normal University 



David Kelley Crane Aurora 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Phi Delta Theta 
Petty Officer, NROTC ; Navy Council ( 1 ) ; 
Marketing Club 



Frederick Eugene Crang Clinton 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
Freshman Council; All-Ag Field Day Com- 
mittee (1); Freshman Week Committee (1, 
2); Plowboy Prom Committee (1); Agri- 
cultural Economics Club; Agriculture Club; 
A.S.A.E.; Dairy Production Club; Horti- 
culture Club 

Thomas Collison Crays Rossville 

Commerce 
Finance 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Campus Chest (1) ; Finance Club 



James Valentine Creen Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Spring Hill College; Purdue University 



Harry Skillman Critcheloe. . . .Athens 
Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Lincoln College 








Donald Edward Crook Waterloo 

Commerce 
Management 
Alpha Kappa Psi; Sigma Iota Epsilon; 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



John S. Crossette, Jr. 

Auburndale, Massachusetts 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Sigma Tau Gamma 
Psi Chi; Young Republicans Club 
Boston College 



Donald Eugene Crotteau 

Evergreen Park 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Design 
A.I. A. 

Navy Pier Activities: A. I. A. (1), Presi- 
dent (2) ; Varsity Tennis Squad (2) ; Var- 
sity Swimming Squad (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Patricia Elizabeth Crummy. . .Chicago 
Journalism 
Editorial 
Pi Kappa Sigma 
The Daily Mini (3); The Mio (1, 2); 
University Chorus (1) ; Newman Founda- 
tion Student Council (2, 3, 4) 




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Kenneth Arthur Cullen. . . .Glen Ellyn 

Education 

History 

Phi Kappa Sigma 

Wa Na-See; Sachem, President (3); The 

Illio (1, 2); Illini Union Committee (1) ; 

Board of Fraternity Affairs (2, 3, 4) ; 

Interfraternity Executive Council (2, 3, 

4) ; Illini Traditions Committee (3) ; Illini 

Sportsman's Club 

Hugh Edward Cummins. .Elizabethtown 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Southern Illinois University; Trinity 
University 



Joy Ann Cunningham Des Plaines 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Baker University 



William Edward Cunningham 

Edwardsville 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Cagle Hall 
Freshman "Varsity Track Squad; Engineer- 
ing Council (3, 4) ; S.A.E. 



George Wayne Curtis Champaign 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Field and Furrow 



Joyce Mary Curtis Bement 

Commerce 
Commercial Teaching 
W.A.A. (1, 2, 3); University Chorus (1); 
Business Education Club 



Eleanor Johann Cypress Harvey 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Young Republicans Club 
Thornton Junior College 



Dorothy Ann Dale Elmhurst 

Commerce 
Secretarial Training 
Chi Omega 
Terrapin (2) 

Miami University 



David Dee Dalenberg. . . .South Holland 
Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
Skull and Crescent; Commerce Council (3, 
4) ; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement 

Purdue University, Western Michigan 
University 

Arlen Kenneth Dalhaus. .Edwardsville 
Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
A.F.S. 

Indiana University 



Marvin Arthur Damron Hamilton 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculture 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Alpha Zeta ; Alpha Tau Alpha ; Junior In- 
terfraternity Council (3); Agricultural 
Education Club ; Hoof and Horn Club 
Western Illinois University 



Patricia Ann Damron Hamilton 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Home Economics Club 

Western Illinois University 



Marilynn Ann Dangwillo Chicago 

Commerce 
Business Education 
Sigma Kappa 
Business Education Club 



Carol Ina Daniels Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Busey Hall 

Herzl Junior College ; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Robert William Danner Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 

Men's Residence Hall Addition 3 
Freshman Varsity Gymnastic's Squad ; 
Navy Pier Alumni Association ; Physical 
Education Majors Club; Teachers-in-Train- 
ing Club ; Future Teachers of America 

Navy Pier Activities : Gymnastic Team 
(1, 2); Letterman's Club (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Mary Alice Darst Eureka 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Gamma Alpha Chi 

Illinois State Normal University 



Roger Curtis Dart Waukegan 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Parade Ground Units 
Long Beach City College 



John Joseph D'Asaro Oak Park 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
After Hours 
Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi ; M.I. A. 
Executive Council (3, 4) ; House Presi- 
dent (3, 4) ; Commerce Council (3, 4) ; 
Accountancy Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Steve Dasovich, Jr Nokomis 

Division of Special Services 
Accountancy 
Chi Gamma Iota; Accountancy Club; Illini 
Campus Amvets Post No. 202 ; Society for 
the Advancement of Management 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Arnold Joseph Dauksavage Elgin 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Varsity Basketball Squad (3) ; Varsity 
Baseball Squad (2) 



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Irwin Theodore David Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Clark House 
House President (3) ; Hillel Foundation 
Student Council (4); A.C.S. ; Praetorians, 
President (4) 
Honors Day (3) 



Clarence Oliver Davis Elkhart 

Agriculture 
Science 
Son's Home 
Illinois State Normal University 



John David Davis Skolcie 

Commerce 
Finance 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Wa-Na-See; Tribe of Ulini (2, 3, 4); Var- 
sity Gymnastics Squad (2, 3, 4) ; Letter 
(2, 3); Freshman Gymnastics Squad (1) 



Philip Cavin Davis Alton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemical Engineering 

College Hall 

Football Marching Band (1, 2, 3, 4); 

First Regimental Band (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 

A.I.Ch.E. (3, 4) 



Martha Frances Davison Vrbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
French 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Shorter Board ; Mask and Bauble ; Pi 
Delta Phi; Sigma Delta Pi; University 
Theatre Manager (2, 3) ; University Thea- 
tre Crew (2) ; Orchesis (2, 3, 4), Presi- 
dent (4) 
Honors Day (3) 

Radcliffe College 



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Bart Davit 

Journalism 
Advertising 
San Mar 
House President (3) 
Bradley University 



Judith Dawson Champaign 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Pi Beta Phi 
Ulini Union Committee (1, 2, 3) ; Disciples 
of Christ Foundation Student Council (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; Freshman Week Committee (1) 
Honors Day (3) 

Carol Mercer Day Orion 

Education 
Business Education 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Alpha Chron ; Beta Gamma Sigma ; Alpha 
Lambda Delta ; Mask and Bauble ; Phi Chi 
Theta; The Illio (1); Ulini Union Com- 
mittee (1) ; University Theatre Manager 
(3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); Second 
Regimental Band (1, 2) ; University Choir 
(1, 2); Oratorio Society (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Business Education Club ; Commerce Coun- 
cil (2) 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key (3) 

Marjorie Ruth Day Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Future Teachers of America 
Beloit College 



Rachel Lucia Day Bement 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
McKinley Hall 
University Theatre Crew (4) ; Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1, 2); W.A.A. (1, 2, 4); Uni- 
versity Choir (1, 3, 4) ; Madrigal Chorus 
(3) ; Oratorio Society (1, 2) ; Opera Work- 
shop (2, 3, 4) 



Alan James Dean West Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Lieutenant Junior Grade, NROTC ; Pha- 
lanx (3, 4); Dolphins (1, 2, 3, 4); 
WPGU Radio (3, 4) 



George Robert Dearborn. . .East Moline 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.I.Ch.E.; A.S.M.E. 

Saint Ambrose College ; Augustana Col- 
lege 



Virgil Alfred Dearduff, Jr.. .Litchfield 
Education 
Industrial Education 
Eureka College 






Emmett George DeAvies, III 

Washington, D.C. 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 



Richard Lyddan Degener Elmhurst 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Chi Phi 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi 
Lambda Upsilon; Interfraternity Council 
(2) ; House President (4) ; Engineering 
Council (3) ; Lieutenant Colonel, Armv 
ROTC; Military Council (4); Phalanx 
(3, 4) ; A.I.Ch.E. 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Lehel De Krivatsky Peoria 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 





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Norbert William Delacey. 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E., President (4) 

Northwestern University ; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Ronald Joseph Delismon Lansing 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 

Twin Estates 
House President (4) ; Tribe of Ulini (3) ; 
Varsity Fencing Squad (3), Letter (3); 
Freshman Varsity Fencing Squad; New- 
man Foundation Student Council (2) ; 
I.A.S. ; Illi-Knights 

Indiana University; Purdue University 

Robert Ernest Dell Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 




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Engineering 
Ceramic Engineering 
A.C.S. 

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Rock Island 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Delta Phi 
Illini Union Committee (1, 4); A.S.M.E.; 
S.A.E. 



Myron Albert Dempsey Galeslmrg 

Agriculture 

General Agriculture 

Wikia 

Dairy Production Club; Field and Furrow; 

Hoof and Horn Club; Young Republicans 

Clul. 



William Lewis Deniiart. . . .St. Joseph 
Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 
Acacia 
Tomahawk ; University Theatre Manager 
(4) ; University Theatre Crew (2, 3) ; 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); S.A.E. 



David Louis DeNovellis 

Chicago Heights 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
University of Arizona 



Gene Paul Depesa Brook field 

Commerce 

Management 

Campus View Lodge 

M.I. A. Executive Council (4) ; IM Rec 

Hoard (4) ; Society for the Advancement 

of Management 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

I'n \ni.ES Thomas Derwent Durand 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Wesmen 
Agricultural Education Club 



Michael Charles Deschner 

Prospect Heights 
Commerce 
Management 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
A.F.S. ; Finance Club; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 
University of Wyoming 



Edmund Douglas Deuss Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Illini Union Committee (1) 



1! vrbara Devry Keniltoorth 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Pi Beta Phi 
Panhellenic Ball Committee (1) 



Carlton Edward Dewolfp 

Fairport, New York 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Alpha Rho Chi 
Gargoyle; Fine and Applied Arts Council 
(3) ; A.I.A. 
Honors Day (2) 

New York State Maritime College ; 
George Washington University 



John Charles Dibble TJrbana 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Delta Upsilon 
The Daily Illini (3); Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1) ; Illigreek (4) ; Commerce Coun- 
cil (3, 4); Major, Air Force ROTC; Ar- 
nold Air Society (3, 4) ; Scabbard and 
Blade (3, 4) ; Society for the Advancement 
of Management; Young Republicans Club 

Richard Nelson Dick Beardstown 

Agriculture 

Marketing 

Phi Delta Theta 

Sachem; Tribe of Illini (4); Football 

Manager (1, 2, 3) ; Senior Gymnastic 

Manager (4) 



Edward Niel Dickson Waucondu 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
I.A.S. (3, 4); Illini Campus Amvets Post 
No. 202 (3, 4) 



Richard Wayne Dickson Bristol 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Park Lane Lodge 
House President (4) ; Illini Christian Fel- 
lowship (I, 2) 



Jerome Irving Dickstein Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
A.C.S. 

Navy Pier Activities: Baseball Squad 
(1) 

Roosevelt University; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Milton Lester Diedrick Marengo 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Star and Scroll; House President (3); 
Captain, Air Force ROTC 



Raymond Louis Dietz Bradford 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Alpha Zeta; A.S.A.E. 



Gloria Angela Dinnella Cliicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art 
Alpha Delta Pi 
The Daily Illini; The Illio; Major Chair- 
man Social Forums Illini Union Com- 
mittee (3); Illini Union Committee (1, 2, 
3, 4) ; Dolphins (1) ; Fine and Applied 
Arts Council (2); French Club; Future 
Teachers of America 

Georgia Mae Doak Metamora 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Shorter Board; Torch; The Illio (2, 3); 
Star Course Manager (1); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (2) : First Regimental Band (1, 2) ; 
McKinlev Foundation Student Council (2, 
3) ; Illi-Sota 



Ronald Francis Domagala Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
German Club; Future Teachers of America 
Navy Pier Activities; Activities Hon- 
orary (3) 
Honors Day (2. 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
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John Henry Domanus Chicago 

Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
Delta Phi 
A.S.M.E.; Physics Society 



Harry Edward Dombroski Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Donald Lee Doney Quincg 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Delta Sigma Omicron 
A. I. A.; Delta Sigma Omicron 
Culver-Stockton 



William Arthur Donlon .. .Des Plaines 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
The Daily Illini ; Finance Club 



Dianne Keys Doolen Lincoln 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Cramma Phi Beta 
Shorter Board; Torch; Shi-Ai ; Illini Un- 
ion Committee (1); Universitv Theatre 
Crew (1, 2); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2, 3, 4), 
President (3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 
2) ; House President (4) ; University Re- 
ligious Council (3) ; Illini Christian Fel- 
lowship (3, 4) 

John Brooks Dorsey Champaign 

Commerce 
Economics 
Alpha Kappa Psi; Commerce Council (3. 
4); Military Ball Committee (2, 3, 4); 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Military 
Council (4); Pershing Rifles (2, 3, 4)*; 
Phi Chi Eta (3, 4) 
Millikin University 



Thomas John Dorsch Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

311 Club 

Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; Navy 

Pier Alumni Association; Society for the 

Advancement of Management 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Toliver Scripps Downing Macomb 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu ; 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1) 

Carnegie Institute of Technology ; North- 
western University; Western Illinois State 
College 

Edward Thomas Drabik Streator 

Education 
Industrial Education 
Industrial Education Society 



Allen Ferris Drachman LaGranr, 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Phi Kappa Tau 
The Illio (3) 



Fred Bartholomew Dtjcey. . .Richmond 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Geology 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 

University Theatre Cast; House President 

(4) ; Cyclothem Club 

Michigan State University 



Andre Paul DuChateau. .Highland Park 
Education 
History 
Whitehall 
House President (3, 4) 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Ralph Millard Duddles, Jr.. . .Chicago 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Design 
Gargoyle 

Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Swimming 
(1, 2) ; Lettermen's Club (2) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Mary Elizabeth Dueland Morris 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Busey Hall 
Sigma Alpha Iota; W.G.S. Executive Coun- 
cil (4) ; House President (4) ; Universitv 
Choir (2, 3) ; Oratorio Society 
Honors Day (3) 
St. Olaf College 

George Fredrick Duffy Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Alpha Delta Sigma 
Honors Day ( 1, 3) 

Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Lauren Edwin Duanaway Dakota 

Agriculture 
Dairy Technology 
Nabor House 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Phi Chi 
Eta (3, 4) ; Dairy Technology Society 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



John Joseph Dupuis Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Twin Estates 
Newman Foundation Student Council (3) ; 
Lieutenant Colonel, Army ROTC ; Society 
of American Military Engineers (1, 2, 3); 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Robert Michael Dusz\k Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
A. I. A. 



Charles Lew Dutz Lincoln 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 

A. I. A. 



Thomas Burton Duval Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Alpine Lodge 
House President (3) ; WPGU (4) ; Young 
Republicans Club 

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Stanley Dziacko, Je Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Shawnee 
Captain, Air Force ROTC ; Arnold Air So- 
ciety (4) ; A.I.A. 

Navy Pier Activities: Concert Band (1) 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Norman Lester Earp Cornell 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Kings' Row 
Omega Beta Pi President (3) ; House 
President (3, 4) 



Marilyn Elouise Ebel Washington 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Chi Omega 
Mortar Board; Torch, President (3); Phi 
Kappa Phi ; Phi Beta Kappa ; Alpha 
Lambda Delta ; Pi Sigma Alpha ; The Daily 
Illini (1, 2, 3, 4), Executive News Editor 
(4) ; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2) ; Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1, 2); House President (4); 
Campus Chest Allocations and Advisorv 
Hoard (2) 

Honors Day (1, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Carmen Barbara Edmundson. .Fox Lake 

Commerce 

Secretarial Training 

Alpha Xi Delta 

Illini Union Committee (1, 2) ; University 

Theatre Crew (1); Campus Chest (2); 

University Choir (1, 2); Oratorio Society 

(1, 2); Spring Musical Cast (3) 

Donald Eugene Edwards Palestine 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Y.M.CA. Committee (1); Baseball Man- 
ager (1) 



Elizabeth Ann Edwards Charleston 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Applied Music and Music Education 

Evans Hall 
The Illio (2) ; Student Senate (2, 4) ; Uni- 
versity Choir (3, 4) ; University Chorus 
(2); Women's Glee Club (3); Oratorio 
Society (2, 3, 4, 5) 

Eastern Illinois University 

Gene Paul Egan Aurora 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 

University of Denver; Northern Illinois 
State University 



Robert Earl Eggers Centralia 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Delta Tau Delta 
Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; Mu Phi 
Epsilon; The Illio (2) ; Lieutenant Colonel, 
Army ROTC; Phalanx (3, 4); A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Vernon Roy Eidman Mascoutah 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Economics 
Nabor House 
Alpha Zeta; House President (4); Men's 
Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Agricultural Coun- 
cil (3, 4); Army ROTC; Phi Chi Eta (3, 
4) ; Agricultural Economics Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Carl Richard Ek Marissa 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Speech 
Wikia 
University Theatre Cast (4) ; University 
Theatre Crew (4) ; House President (4) ; 
Newman Foundation Student Council (3) ; 
Flying Club 



Kenneth Eklop Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Marketing Club; Young Republicans Club 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



George Bill Eleptheriou 

Athens, Greece 
Commerce 
Management 
Noble House 
M.I.A. Executive Council (4) ; Committee 
on Student Discipline (3) ; IM Rec Board 
(3, 4) ; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 

Business College of Athens; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 

Howard Lee Elpord Melrose Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha Chi Sigma 
Alpha Chi Sigma; A.C.S. 



Keith Edward Elkins Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202 
Northern Illinois State University 



Milton Glen Ellenwood. . . .Barrington 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Marketing Club 
Carleton College 



Bruce Donald Elliott Godfrey 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Men's Residence Hall 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key (3) 



Robert Bruce Elliott Magoun 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
I.P.C. Photography Staff (1, 2); Univer- 
sity Chorus (1); Military Ball Committee 
(3) ; Lieutenant Colonel, Air Force ROTC; 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 



Sallee Agnes Elmore Beardstown 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Lowry Lodge 



Robert Keith Else Chicago 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
I.A.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Mary Anne Elson Chenoa 

Education 
Elementary Education 
4-H House 
Mortar Board; Torch; Alpha Chron ; Illini 
Union Committee (2) ; Campus Chest (2) ; 
W.G.S. Executive Council (3, 4), Presi- 
dent (4) ; Panhellenic-W.G.S. Coordinat- 
ing Committee (2, 3, 4) ; Student Senate 
(4) ; Committee on Student Affairs (4) ; 
Newman Foundation Student Council (2) 
Honors Day (2) 












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Gail Louise Elwell Oak Parle 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Delta Sigma Epsilon 
Ulini Union Committee (1); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee; University Choir (1, 2) 



Francis Asbuky Emmons Berwyn 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Cagle Hall 
House President (2, 4); Ensign, NROTC ; 
Marketing Club ; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 



James Harris Enderson Joliet 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Biology 
Twin Estates 
Joliet Junior College 



Glen Shao Eng Estevan, Canada 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. 
University of Saskatchewan 



Barbara Jane English Winnetlca 

Pine and Applied Arts 
Applied Piano 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Alpha Lambda Delta ; Mu Phi Epsilon, 
President (4); Star Course Manager (1); 
Oratorio Society (2) ; McKinley Founda- 
tion Student Council (1, 2) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Catherine P. Enright Chicago 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Theta Upsilon 
Shi-Ai; The Illio (2); Major Chairman 
Block I Illini Union Committee (3) ; Ulini 
Union Council (2, 3) ; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1, 2, 3); Campus Chest (1); 
W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Panhellenic Ball 
Committee (1) ; American Recreational 
Society U. of I. Student Chapter; Physical 
Education Majors Club 

Robert Victor Enstrom Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Intramural Manager (3) ; Illini Christian 
Fellowship (2, 3, 4) ; Engineering Council 
(2); A.S.M.E.; Flying Club; S.A.E. 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Kay Virginia Ent Cairo 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Alpha Delta Pi 
The IUio (2) ; Illini Union Committee (2) ; 
Student Senate (2) ; University Chorus (1, 
2) ; McKinley Foundation Student Coun- 
cil; Sno-Ball Committee (1) 



Donald Richard Erbach. . . .Des Plaines 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Orchesis (3) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Purdue University ; Loyola University 



Winifred Catherine Ericksen . . Chicago 
Commerce 
Advertising 

Philea 
Y.W.C.A. Committee; University Chorus 
(3) ; Lutheran Student Association Foun- 
dation Student Council (3, 4) ; Marketing 
Club ; Young Democrats Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Roger Lee Erickson Skokie 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Evans Scholars 
Sigma Tau ; Chi Epsilon ; M.I.A. Execu- 
tive Council (3) ; Freshman Week Com- 
mittee (3); Sno-Ball Committee (2, 3, 4); 
A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (1, 3) 

Harold Carl Ericson Chicago 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Men's Residence Hall, Addition 3 
I.S.G.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Beverly Lorraine Erlandson 

Wilmington 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Palamar 
Kappa Delta Pi; Zeta Phi Eta; House 
President (4) ; Wesley Foundation Student 
Council (4) ; Young Republicans Club 
Northern Illinois State University 

Roger Allen Eshleman Onarga 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Illini Insurance Society : 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 



Robert Alan Esterlt/nd Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 

Clark House 
Phi Kappa Phi 

Navy Pier Activities: Orchestra (1, 2) ; 
A.C.S. (1, 2); Phi Eta Sigma (1, 2) 
Honors Day (3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Norman Carl Eurick Champaign 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.F.S.; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Barbara Jean Evans 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Shorter Board; Campus Chest (2, 3); 
I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (1) ; Future 
Teachers of America 



John Edward Everett, Jr. 

Gary, Indiana 
Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Kappa Alpha Psi 
House President (3) ; Freshman Varsity 
Football Squad ; Physical Education Majors 
Club 



Carol Jane Ewing Itasca 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Sigma Kappa 

Illini Union Committee (1, 2); Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (2) ; Campus Chest (1) ; Home 

Economics Club 



Daniel Frederic Ewing 

Arlington Heights 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Noble House 
Alpha Kappa Psi; Accountancy Club; Mar- 
keting Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 








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Robert Irving FACKO Blue Island 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music 
Men's Residence Hall 
Phi Eta Sigma; University Chorus (1) 
Honors Day (3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Mary Kathleen Fahrnkopf . .Champaign 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
McKinley Hall 
Omega Beta Pi; House President (4); 
Illinois Disciples Foundation Student Coun- 
cil (1, 2); Marketing Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



c VROliTN Biggs Fairbanks Juliet 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Sigma Kappa 
The Illio (1, 2); Illini Union Committee 
(1, 2); Y.W.C.A. Committee 



James Wallace Fairhead Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Psi Upsilon 
Basketball Manager (2) ; Floriculture 
Club ; Marketing Club 



Jean Jone Jen Fan. . . .Shanghai, China 

Agriculture 

Home Economics 

Vanlig 

Phi Upsilon Omicron ; Chinese Students 

Club ; Home Economics Club 



George Michael Farley Alton 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Phi Delta Theta 
Baseball Varsity Squad (1, 2); Physical 
Education Majors Club 



Barbara Kent Farrell Champaign 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Gamma Phi Beta 

Phi Kappa Phi ; Kappa Delta Pi ; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Illini Union Committee (1, 

2); Campus Chest (2) 

Honors Day (2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Leroy Francis Farrell Joliet 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Joliet Junior College 



John Worthington Farrow 

Fox River Grove 
Physical Education 
Physical Ed ucation 
Delta Chi 
Dolphins (1, 2); Captain, Army ROTC ; 
Infantry Club (1, 2, 3); Scabbard and 
Blade (3, 4) ; Physical Education Majors 
Club 

Charles Robert Faust. . . .Lawrenceville 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Armory House 

First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Phi Chi 

Kta (3, 4); Accountancy Club; Military 

Ball Committee (4) ; Marketing Club 



John Henry Fechter Cur mi 

Agriculture 
Farm Management 
Tara Hall 
Agricultural Economics Club; Field and 
Furrow 
Honors Day (3) 



John Henry Feddersen Thomson 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Illi-Dell 
Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Council 
(4); All-Ag Field Day Committee (1, 2, 
3, 4); Plowboy Prom Committee (1, 2); 
Sno-Ball Committee (2) ; Lieutenant, Armv 
ROTC; Agricultural Education Club; Hoof 
and Horn Club; Poultrv Science Club (2, 
3), President (4) 

John Thomas Feeney Ivensdale 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Loras College ; St. Ambrose College 



Nancy Charlotte Feingold .... Chicago 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 

WPGU (3, 4); Future Teachers of 

America 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Everett Hale Feldkirchner. . .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Tara Hall 
Alpha Phi Omega; Campus Chest (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the LTniversity 
of Illinois 



Marjorie Anita Felix Fairfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Chi Omega 
Southern Illinois University 



Neil Leslie Felmus 

New York, Xew York 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; WPGU (1, 
2, 3) ; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Gloria Jeanne Fenner Ingleside 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Anthropology 
Evans Hall 
Alpha Chron, President ; The Dailv Illini 
(2, 3, 4); The Illio (1); Illini Union 
Committee (1, 2); I.P.C. Photography 
Staff (3, 4) ; W.G.S. Executive Council 
(4); Student Senate (3); French Club; 
Anthropology Club (3, 4) 

Arm and Ferrini, Jr Cicero 

Commerce 
Sales and Advertising Management 
Newman Hall 
Phi Eta Sigma ; Sigma Iota Epsilon ; Lieu- 
tenant Colonel, Army ROTC; Alpha Rho 
Tau ( 3 ) ; Marketing Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Richard Allan Ferry Clinton 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Calhoun Hall 
Alpha Kappa Psi; Marketing Club 













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William Raymond Ferry Waukegan 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Knight Club 
Sigma Tau; Chi Epsilon, President (4) ; 
House President (4); A.S.C.E. 



Milton David Field Lincolnwood 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Flagg House 

Pi Tau Sigma ; Lieutenant Colonel, Air 

Force ROTC ; Arnold Air Society (3); 

A.S.M.E.; Praetorians 



Marlene Ruth Filip Batavia 

Education 
Elementary Education 
T-Dorm 
Alpha Chron; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Alpha Sigma Nu; W.A.A. 
(1, 2, 3, 4); House President (3); Rep- 
ortory Orchestra; Terrapin (1, 2, 3, 4) 
Honors Day (3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Robert Eugene Finck Gridley 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Ebel Hall 
Hoof and Horn Club 

Illinois State Normal Universitv 



Herbert Fine Chicago 

Law 
La iv 
Flagg House 
Junior Bar Association; Young Demo- 
crats 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
(if Illinois 



Charles Mklvin Fink Beason 

Agriculture 

General Agriculture 

Alpha Gamma Rho 

Star and Scroll; Junior Interfraternity 

Council (2); Dairy Production Club; Hoof 

and Horn Club 



Ronald Lavon Fink Beason 

Agriculture 

Dairy Science 

Alpha Gamma Rho 

Campus Chest (2); Agriculture Club; 

Dairy Production Club; Hoof and Horn 

Club 



Wayne Eugene Finkboner. . . .Freeport 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

Northern Illinois State University 



Barbara Jean Fisher Elgin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English Literature 
Arbor Suites 
WPGU (4) 

Marquette University 



Lynn Adrian Fisher. . .St. Marys, Ohio 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. 

Purdue University; University of Wy- 
oming 



Richard Fredric Fisher. . 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 



.Villa Grove 



Thelma Lee Fite Walinm 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Busey Hall 



Arlene Joan Fitzgervld Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Sherwood Lodge 
Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Illini L T nion Committee 
(1); University Theatre Crew (1, 2, 3); 
Future Teachers of America 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi 
nois Scholarship Key 

John Pierre Fixmer Springfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Delta Phi 
Star and Scroll; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha 
Phi Omega; Illini Union Committee (J, 
3); Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2); Y.M.C.A. Coin 
mittee (1, 2) ; Interfraternity Council (4) ; 
House President (4) ; Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Phalanx (3, 4) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Dale Homer Flach Watsel « 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Delta Tau Delta 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Alpha Rho 
Tau (3); Phalanx (3, 4); Marketing 
Club; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 

Indiana University 



George William Fleck Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountant- ii 
Clark House 
Accountancy Club 

Wright Junior College 



Edward Constantine Fleischli, Jr. 

Springfield 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Newman Hall 
University Chorus (1) 

Springfield Junior College 



Barbara Dodds Fleisher Vrbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha 
Lambda Delta ; Y.W.C.A. Committee ( 1 ) : 
University Religious Council (3) ; McKin- 
ley Foundation Student Council (3); 
Young Democrats Club 
Honors Day ( 1, 2, 3); LTniversity of Illi 
nois Scholarship Key 

James Leonard Fletcher 

Chicago 'Heights 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Noble House 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois; Wilson Junior College 

Donald Elwood Fly'TE Hinsdale 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Alpha Delta Sigma; Sigma Iota Epsilon; 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Lyons Township Junior College ; Uni- 
versity of Maryland 



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Nancy Elizabeth Daniels Flyte 

Oak Park 
Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Delta Gamma 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (3, 4) ; University 
Theatre Cast ; Little United Nations 
Purdue University 



Robert Henry Ford East St. Louis 

Education 
Industrial Education 
Koinonia 
Industrial Education Society 



Barbara Jean Forgy Pittsfield 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Phi Upsilon Omicron; Newman Foundation 
student Council (3) ; Home Economics 
Club; Future Teachers of America; Young 
Democrats Club 



Robert Edward Forslev Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Barton House 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment ; Spanish Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



"William Donald Forsyth, Jr. 

Springfield 

Commerce 

Insurance 
Beta Theta Pi 
Wa-Na-See, President (4) ; Star Course 
Manager (2) ; Campus Chest (3) ; House 
President (4); Freshman Council (1); 
Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory 
Board (3) ; Midshipman First Class, 
NROTC; Navy Council (2, 3); Illini In- 
surance Society, President (4) 

Clifford Dt/ane Foster Champaign 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Delta Theta Epsilon ; Phi Epsilon Kappa ; 
Varsity Track Squad (2, 3, 4); Freshman 
Varsity Track Squad ; First Lieutenant, 
Army'ROTC; Phalanx (3, 4); Phi Chi 
Eta (3, 4) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Richard Warren Foster Buda 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Triangle 
Star and Scroll; Sigma Tau ; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 
Honors Day (2) 



James Howell Fox. . .Carthage, Missouri 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Phi Eta Sigma; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



James Phillip Fox Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
Skull and Crescent; Sigma Delta Chi; 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2) ; University 
Theatre Cast ( 3 ) ; Star Course Manager 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Junior Interfraternity Coun- 
cil (1, 2); Intramural Manager (1, 2, 3, 
4) ; WILL (4) ; Greek Week Committee 
(2) 

Lloyd Franklin Fox Reynolds 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Football Marching Band (1, 2); First 
Regimental Band (1, 2); I.A.S. 



Lois Ann Fox Marshall 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
The Illio (1); Illini Union Committee (1, 
2); WA.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Physical Edu- 
cation Majors Club 



Charles Albert Francois Centralia 

Division of Special Service 
Personnel Management 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Centralia Junior College; Southern Illi- 
nois University; Evansville College 



Sylvan Lorrain Franklin Deland 

Commerce 
Prelaw 
Phi Alpha Delta; Captain, Army ROTC; 
Ordnance Club (3, 4) ; Scabbard and 
Blade (3, 4); Illi-Knights, President (3); 
Junior Bar Association 
Honors Day (3) 



Fred Martin Frankstein Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Clark House 
Illini Union Committee (4) ; Hillel Foun- 
dation Student Council (3, 4); Account- 
ancy Club 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

David Karlton Franz Normal 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Economics 
Son's Home 
Agricultural Economics Club 

Illinois State Normal University 



Barbara Jean Freckelton Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Sherwood Lodge 
Kappa Delta Pi ; Illini Union Committee 
(4) ; House President (4) 
Thornton Junior College 



Carl Nicholas Freddy Atkinson 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Phi Kappa Tau 
Star Course Manager (1, 2) 
Honors Day (3) 



Norman Richard Freeman. . . .Robinson 
Agriculture 
Dairy Technology 
Dairy Technology Society 











Judith Helen Frees Oak Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Sigma Kappa 
Sigma Alpha Iota; Concert Band (3, 4); 
University Orchestra (4) 
Carleton College 



Jack Alfred French Springfield 

Commerce 
Industrial Management 
Concert Band (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Football March- 
ing Band (1, 2) ; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 





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Lee Bernard Frerker Carlyle 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Phi Kappa 
Alpha Delta Sigma 



Dorothy Louise Fret. . .Downers Grove 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Vanlig 
University Orchestra (3) ; Future Teach- 
ers of America 

University of Dubuque 



Thomas Lee Frey Carthage 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Alpha Zeta; Alpha Tau Alpha; S.N. LB. 
(3); Agricultural Economics Club; Agri- 
cultural Education Club 

Western Illinois State College 



Sondra Lyn Frichtl Calumet City 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Education 
Delta Sigma Epsilon 
Zeta Phi Eta; Campus Chest (2) 



Harvey Burton Friedlander 

Brooklyn, Neiv York 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Brooklyn College; New England College; 
University of Buffalo ; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Janice Silver Friedman Champaign 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Epsilon Phi 
University Theatre Crew (1) ; Campus 
Chest (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



James Frisina, Jr TaylorviUe 

Commerce 
Management 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Northwestern University 



Robert Donald Frisk. .Arlington Heights 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

English 

Sigma Pi 

Skull and Crescent: The Daily Ulini (1, 

2, 3) ; Uligreek (3, 4) 



Kenneth Howard Fritz Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Landscape Architecture 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
I. U.S.A. Barbershoppers (1, 2, 3, 4) ; For- 
site (3, 4) ; A.I. A. 

Wilson Junior College 



Stanley Gary Fritz Freeport 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

History 

Phi Alpha Theta ; Lieutenant, Army 

ROTC; Pershing Rifles (2); Scabbard 

and Blade (3, 4) 



Paula Frooman Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Phi Sigma Sigma 
Future Teachers of America 



Robert Jay Frooman Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Tau Epsilon Phi 

Alpha Delta Sigma ; Varsity Football 

Squad (2) ; Freshman Varsity Football 

Squad ; Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad 



Ronald William Fross Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 

Manion 
Engineering Council (3) ; St. Pat's Ball 
Committee, Chairman (3) 

Navy Pier Activities: I.A.S. (1), Presi- 
dent (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Barbara Rabin Fruchter Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Sociology Club 

University of Miami ; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Jeremiah Edward Fruin Gilman 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Economics 
Clark House 
Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta Sigma; M.I.A. Ex- 
ecutive Council (3, 4) ; House President 
(2) ; Student Senate (2, 3, 4) ; Agricul- 
tural Economics Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Edwin Bertran Fuller 

Wichita Falls, Texas 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Premedicine 
Flagg House 
Varsity Track Squad (2, 3, 4) ; Freshman 
Varsity Squad (1) ; Second Regimental 
Band (1, 2) ; 

Midwestern University 

Anne Martin Funkhouser . . Harrisburg 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Chi Omega 
Kappa Delta Pi; Illini Union Committee 
(1, 2); Campus Chest (1, 2, 3); Greek 
Week Committee (3) ; Illini Publishing 
Company Board of Control (3, 4) ; Pan- 
hellenic Ball Committee (3) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Norman Berent Fugua Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Minawa Lodge 
Illini Christian Fellowship (3, 4) ; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 

Fournier Institute of Techonologv 



Robert Ray Furry Springfield 

Commerce 
Management 
Granada Club 
Captain, Army ROTC; Pershing Rifles 
(2); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); Zeta 
Sigma Alpha (4) ; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 



Donald Charles Furtkamp. . .Staunton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Mathematics 











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Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Delia Sigma Phi 
Sigma Tan ; Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



Robert Leroy Fuson Decatur 

Division of Special Services 
Economics 



William Dudley G abbard ... Champaign 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Phi Delta Theta 
Wa-Na-See; Sigma Tau ; Tribe of Illini 
(2, 3, 4); Varsity Wrestling Squad (2, 
3, 4), Letter (2) ; Midshipman Captain, 
NROTC; Navv Council (4); Armed Forces 
Council (3, 4) ; Scabbard and Blade (3, 4) 



Dennis Paul Galle Joliet 

Engineering 

General Engineering 

Alpha Chi Rho 
Concert Band (2, 3, 4); Football March- 
ing Band (2, 3, 4) ; I.S.G.E. 



Donald Gene Gamblin Belleville 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Marketing Club; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management 
Belleville Junior College; University of 
Tennessee 



Gregory Grec^ry Ganakos Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Newman Hall 
Illini Forensic Association; Marketing Club 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Carol Jean Gansz Evanston 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemistry 

Delta Zeta 

University Theatre Crew (1); Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (1); W.A.A. Numerals (1, 2); 

German Club 



Ronald Arlen Garber Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 

Noble House 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; WPGU 
(4); A.C.S.; A.I.Ch.E. ; Young Democrats 
Club 
Honors Day (1. 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Lawrence Albert Gardner. . . .Ecmpton 
Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Son's Home 
Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Education 
Club; Agriculture Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Roger Brisbane Gardner. . .North Pekin 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Mathematics 
Bradley University 



Shirley Ann Gardner Danville 

Education 
Elementari/ Education 
Arbor Suites 
Future Teachers of America; Young Re- 
publicans Club 

Danville Junior College 



John Paul Gareiss Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Jimmy Dale Garlich Okawville 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Wesley Foundation Student Council (4) ; 
Agricultural Council (3) ; Captain, Army 
ROTC; Poultry Science Club (1, 2, 3, 4), 
President (4) 
Honors Day (2) 



Donald Stephen Garriuan Galva 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 

Alpha Gamma Rho 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3) ; Y.M.C.A. 
Committee (1, 2); S.N.l.B. (3, 4); All- 
Ag Field Day Committee (1, 2); Plowboy 
Prom Committee (2, 3); Agriculture Club; 
Hoof and Horn Club; Little International 
Horse Show (2) 

Western State Teachers University 

Joseph Rudolph Gartner Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

Newman Hall 
Sigma Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tan 
Sigma; A.S.M.E. 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

James Francis Gastel Freeporl 

Engineering 

Agricultural Engineering 
College Hall 
A.S.A.E. 



Ben Gatch, Jr Chicago Heights 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Thornton Junior College 



Harry Irving Gates Elgin 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Painting 
Acacia 
Skull and Crescent ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Mask 
and Bauble; Society of Illustrators; Uni 
versity Theatre Crew (1, 2) 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Joseph William Gaunt Manlius 

Agriculture 
Dairy Science 
Alpha Zeta ; Alpha Tau Alpha ; Dairy Pro- 
duction Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Ronald Paul Gebhardt Peoria 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Koinonia 
Field and Furrow; Young Republicans 
Club 












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Warren Russell Gedstad 

Sioux Falls, South Dakota 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Acacia 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; House President 
(4); Concert Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Football 
Marching Band (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Men's Glee 
Club (2, 3); Oratorio Society (3) 
Honors Day (3) 

Harvey Allen Geerts Fulton 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Armory House 
Tail Beta Phi; Eta Kappa Nu ; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Dvvid Allen Gehrig Evanston 

Division of Special Services 
Landscape Architecture 
Kendall College 



Madeline Marie Genovesi Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Classics 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
The Daily Illini (1, 2); University Thea- 
tre Crew (1, 2, 3); Shorter Board; New- 
man Foundation Student Council (3, 4) ; 
Future Teachers of America 



Fhkncis Alan George DeWitt, Iowa 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Sigma Phi Delta 
inkrfraternity Council (3); House Presi- 
dent (3); M.I.S. 
St. Ambrose College 









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Bernedine Louise Gernon. . . .St. Anne 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Sliatford House 
W.G.S. Executive Council; University Re- 
ligious Council (3) ; University Baptist 
Foundation Student Council (3, 4) ; Future 
Teachers of America ; Young Republicans 
Club 



Wilburt Edwin Gersch, Jr Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Marketing Club 

Wright Junior College 



Gerald Benjamin Gersey Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Price Club 
Newman Foundation Student Council (4) 
Western Illinois State University 



James Donald Gibbons Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Sigma Nu 
Accountancy Club; Rho Epsilon 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Charles Philip Gibfried Palatine 

Commerce 
Perso n ncl Ma nage merit 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Star and Scroll, President (3); The Daily 
Illini (1, 2); Illini Union Committee (1, 
2, 3); Board of Fraternity Affairs (4); 
Interfraternity Executive Council (4) ; 
Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory 
Board, Chairman (4) ; Freshman Week 
Committee (2, 4) 

Robert Gibson Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Management 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Wright College 



Frederick Lewis Giebrich Oregon 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202 ; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management 
Northern Illinois State Universitv 



Edgar Charles Gilbert Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Sigma Alpha Mu 
Society of Illustrators; The Daily Illini 
(2, 3, 4) ; Illigreek (3, 4) 



Janis O'Dell Gilbert Rockford 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Shorter Board ; Shi-Ai ; University Theatre 
Crew (1, 2, 3); University Orchestra (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; McKinley Foundation Student 
Council (2, 3, 4) ; Homecoming four! 
(3) ; Social Forum (1, 2) 
Honors Day (3) 

John Marshall Gill Elizabeth 

Engineering 

Civil Engineering 
Psi Upsilon 
Wesley Foundation Student Council (3, 4) ; 
Captain, Army ROTC ; Pershing Rifles ( 1 
2, 3, 4) ; A.S.C.E. Chairman, 1957 Career 
Conference (5); Spring Musical Cast (3) 
Honors Day (1) 

Patricia Jane Giller Park Ridge 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Social Studies 
Cedar Hall 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (4) ; W.G.S. Execu 
tive Council (4) ; House President (4) ; 
Student Senate (1); University Chorus (1. 
2, 3); Sno-Ball Committee (4); Future 
Teachers of America; Young Republicans 
Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Edward Eugene Gillespie. . .Oongerville 

Agriculture 

Teacher Training in Agriculture 

Son's Home 

Alpha Tau Alpha ; Agricultural Education 

Club 

Illinois State Normal University 



Bing Gin Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 

Wilson Junior College 



Jackson Gin Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Design 
A.I.A. ; Hawaii Club 

Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 












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Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



Roseann Sophie Ginther Lyons 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Honors Day (1) 



Thomas Durward Gladden 

Sherman, Texas 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Barton House 



Loretta Frieda Glaser Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Wright Junior College 



Linette Kay Gleason St. Charles 

Education 
English 
Alpha Xi Delta 
L T niversity Theatre Manager (4) ; Univer- 
sity Theatre Cast (3) ; University Theatre 
Crew (3) 

Bowling Green State University 



Si i: ANN Sakveb Gleim Ottawa 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Terrapin (3); Freshman Week Committee 
(4); Panhellenic Ball Committee (3) 
Illinois Wesleyan University 



Wayne Louis Gleim Grand Ridge 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Engineering 
Sigma Nu 
Major, Air Force ROTC ; Agriculture Club 



Wayne Carroll Goad 

Paducah, Kentucky 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Paducah Junior College 



Roy Franz Goern Elmuood Park 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Delta Phi 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2); Illinois 
Technograph (1); Freshman Week Com- 
mittee (2); Captain, Air Force ROTC 



Aubrey Jerome Goers Altamont 

Division of Special Services 
Marketing 
University Theatre Crew (2) ; Marketing 
i lull ; Young Republicans Club 



Norbert William Golciiert. . . .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Men's Residence Hall Addition 3 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Douglas Lasher Golden Flora 

Agriculture 
Dairy Production 
Captain, Army ROTC; Phalanx (3, 4); 
Dairy Production Club; Field and Fur- 
row 
Honors Day (1) 



Marshall Allen Goldsen Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Clark House 
Accountancy Club; Navy Pier Alumni 
Association 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Donald Allen Goldstein Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Sigma Delta 
Illini Union Committee (1); Accountancy 
Club 



Donald Nath \nial Goldstein. .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Zeta Beta Tau 
Campus Chest (2) ; Interfraternity Coun- 
cil (3) 



Robert Bennett Gongola 

Elm i' ood Park 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Tribe of Illini (2, 3) ; Freshman Varsity 
Football Squad; Varsity Football Squad (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; Letter (2, 3) 



Mary Katherine Goodman. . .Champaign 

Commerce 

Secretarial Training 

Kappa Delta 

Star Course Manager (1. 2); Student 

Senate (1); Newman Foundation Student 

Council (1, 2, 3, 4) 



Ronald Bernard Goodman Cliicago 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Praetorians 
Wa-Na-See; Hillel Student Council Foun- 
dation (3, 4) ; Illini Campus Amvets Post 
No. 202; Navy Pier Alumni Association; 
Praetorians; Society for the Advancement 
of Management 

Navy Pier Activities; Pier Illini (1, 2) 
Santa Monica City College; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 

Iris Helene Goodnick Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Laurel House 
Sociology Club ; Young Democrats Club 



Richard Harvey Gordon Palatine 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Blackburn College 




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Arnold Allen Goedus Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Kathleen Ann Gorman Dixon 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 



Eleanor Frances Gornto 

Hopewell, Virginia 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Delta Sigma Omicron 
Honors Day (3) 



John Eugene Grace Dundee 

Division of Special Services 
Accountancy 
Beta Alpha Psi ; Accountancy Club 
Elgin Community College 



Donna June Graham Athens 

Agriculture 

Home Economics 

Phi Mu 

University Theatre Crew (2) ; Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (1); W.A.A. (1, 4); Home 

Economics Club 



Richard Earl Grandchamp. .Blue Island 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Sigma Tau Gamma 
Alpha Kappa Psi 

Thornton Junior College 



Sharon Lee Gray Waukcgan 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Illini Union Committee (3) 
Illinois Wesleyan University 



Elaine Mariam Grauer Chicago 

Education 
English 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Future Teachers of America ; Young Demo- 
crats Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Carole Ann Adrian Green Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 

Delta Zeta 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Theta Sigma Phi; 
Illini Union Committee (4) ; University 
Chorus (3) ; I.A.S. 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini; Chorus 
(1, 2) ; Iota Pi Sigma 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Daniel Greenburg Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Praetorians; I.S.D.A. 
Honors Day (1) 



Irwin Louis Greenberg Springfield 

Commerce 

Retail Marketing 

Pi Lambda Phi 

Varsity Golf Squad (2, 3); German Club; 

Illini Sportsman's Club; Marketing Club 



Elissa Marilyn Greenfield .... Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Psychology 
Evans Hall 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini 
Roosevelt University; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



William Greengoss Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Sigma Alpha Mu 
Marketing Club 



Dorothy Louise Greenwald 

Ni u Tori , \V u Tork 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
T-Dorms 
House President (4) 
St. Louis University 



Charles Alexander Gregory. .Rockford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

English 



Jack Greisman Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountant- ii 

Flagg House 

Hillel Foundation Student Council (4) ; 

Accountancy Club; Finance Club; Society 

for the Advancement of Management 

George Washington University; Wright 
Junior College 

Kara Lee Applegate Grider. .Monmouth 
Education 
English 
Pi Beta Phi 

Monmouth College 



Lyle Delbert Grider Galesburg 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Shawnee Club 
Sigma Tau; House President (4); Army 
ROTC, Second Lieutenant ; Society of 
American Military Engineers (3, 4) ; 
I.S.G.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Jacqualine Florence Griffin. . . .Cairo 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Studies 
Alpha Kappa Alpha 

Tennessee A and I State University; 
Joliet Junior College 



Lawrence Jay Grill Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Clark House 
Accountancy Club ; Navy Pier Alumni Asso- 
ciation 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 





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Roberta Louise Grimes Marion 

Education 
Speech 
Orchesis (3) 

Southern Illinois University 



Kathryn Louise Gronberq Dixon 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Geology 

liusey Hall 

Woman's Glee Club (1, 2); Orchesis (1); 

Cyclothem Club; Rifle and Pistol Club; 

Young Republicans Club 



Richard Alfred Gronquist Aurora 

Journalism 
Editorial 

Alpha Chi Rho 
Star and Scroll; Sigma Delta Chi; The 
Daily Illini (3); The Illio (1); Illini 
Union Committee (3) ; Football Marching 
Hand (1, 2); First Regimental Band (1, 
2); Men's Glee Club (1, 2); Oratorio 
Society (3) 

Aurora College 

James Francis Cruder Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
<>f Illinois 



John Edward Guthrie Viola 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Agricultural Education Club 
Western Illinois State College 



Franklin John Gutowskv Slcokie 

Fine and Applied Arts 
A rch itectural E ngineering 
Kappa Sigma 
Spring Musical Cast (2, 3) ; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (1); House President 
(4); University Choir (1, 2); Men's Glee 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Major, Army ROTC : 
A. I. A. 



Robert Roland Guy Bockford 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Gymnastics Sophomore 
Manager (2); Militarv Ball Committee (3, 
4) ; Captain, Armv ROTC; Militarv Council 
(3); Pershing Rifles (1, 2, 3): Scabbard 
and Blade (3, 4) ; Marketing Club 



Raymond John Guvette. .East St. Louis 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Barton House 
House President (3, 4) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 





Wallace Collins Gruenberg, Jr. 

Brooklyn, New York 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Psi Upsilon 
T.P.C. Photography Staff (2) ; Petty Officer 
First Class, NROTC ; A.S.M.E. 



Jon Burton Guyton Canton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Phi Eta Sigma ; Star Course Manager ( 1 , 
2); House President (3, 4); Illini Chris 
tian Fellowship (2) ; Military Ball Com- 
mittee (3, 4) ; First Lieutenant, Armv 
ROTC 
Honors Day (1) 




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Robert William Grupe Forest Park 

Division of Special Services 
Economics — Management 
Chi Gamma Iota ; Marketing Club ; Society 
for the Advancement of Management 
Honors Day (1) 



Gene Frederic Gudeman Magnolia 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Farmhouse 
The Illio (2); Illini Union Committee (1, 
2) ; House President (4) ; Tribe of Illini 
(4); Senior Tennis Manager (4); Tennis 
Manager (3); S.N.I.B. (3); All-Ag Field 
Day Committee (2, 3) ; Athletic Council 
(4); Plowboy Prom Committee (2, 3); 
Field and Furrow ; Hoof and Horn Club 

Jeanette Louise Gulick . . Calumet City 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
W.A.A. (1) 



George Gitndersen Glen Ellyn 

Engineering 
Civil 
Lundgren House 
Sigma Tau; Chi Epsilon ; A.S.C.E. 
Illinois Institute of Technology 



William Bruce Gullett Paxton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Kappa Delta Rho 
Star and Scroll; Phi Eta Sigma; Junior 
Interfraternity Council (1); Lieutenant 
Colonel, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air 
Society (3, 4) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Robert Charles Haase Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Barton House 
German Club ; Young Democrats Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Suzanne Carol Hadler Wilmette 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Illini Union Committee (2) ; Terrapin (2) ; 
Panhellenic Ball Committee (2) 
Universitv of Wisconsin 



Gordon Phillip Haolev Wheatu 

Commerce 
Economics 



Norma Jean Haerr Deer Creek 

Commerce 
Retailing 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Illinois State Normal University 



Judith Virginia Hage Yorki-ilte 

Agriculture 
Some Economics 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Universitv Chorus (1, 2, 3); I.U.S.A. 
Barberettes (2); S.N.I.B. (3, 4); Univer- 
sity Lutheran Foundation Student Coun- 
cil (3, 4) ; Gamma Delta; Home Economics 
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Robert John Hagedorn Oak Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Phi Eta Sigma; A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors Day ( 1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois (1, 2) 



Donald Lee Hagemaster 

Chicago Heights 
Commerce 
Accou nta ncy 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
Skull and Crescent; Track Manager (1); 
Swimming Manager (1, 2); Pershing 
Rifles 



Gene Mark Hagemeier Aurora 

Division of Special Services 
Ma rketing 
Roojah 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management ; Flying Club 
Hannibal-LaGrange College 



Frank Martin Hailand Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Sigma Nu 
Ma-Wan-Da ; Sachem ; Phi Epsilon Kappa ; 
Freshman Varsity Gymnastics Squad ; var- 
sity Gymnastics Squad (2) ; Gymnastics 
Letter (3) ; Gymnastics Squad Captain 
(4); Varsity Swimming Squad (3); Phy- 
sical Education Majors Club; Spring Mu- 
sical Cast (2) 

Richard Edward Haimbaugh 

Woodstock 
Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Illini Union Committee (2) ; Freshman 
Varsity Football Squad (1) 



Jesse Robert Hale Belleville 

Division of Special Services 

History 

Parade Ground Units 

Wa-Na-See; University Theatre Crew (2) ; 

M.I. A. Executive Council, President (4) ; 

House President (1); WPGU (1, 2, 3) 



Phaisan Halilamien 

Bangkok, Thailand 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Weber College 



James William Hall 

Yakima, Washington 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Society of American Military Engineers 
(4) ; A.I.A. 

University of Washington 



A'ernon Leroy Hall luka 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Son's Home 
Alpha Tau Alpha ; Hoof and Horn Club 
Illinois State Normal University 



Kenneth Leroy Hallberg. . . .Rock ford 

Commerce 

Management 

Y.M.C.A. (1) ; Illini Campus Amvets Post 

No. 202 



Lotus Miller Hallberg Rockford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
W.A.A. (1, 2); Illini Christian Fellow- 
ship (1, 2); Spanish Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Elymar Marie Haller Mount Olive 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Delta Zeta 
Sigma Alpha Iota; University Choir (1. 
2, 3); University Chorus (1); Oratorio 
Society (1, 2) 
Honors Day (1) 



William Franklin Hallett, Jr. 

Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
College Hall 
A.C.S.; A.I.Ch.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Sandra Jo Halliday Chi<-a : i" 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Shorter Board; Gamma Alpha Chi, Presi- 
dent (4) ; Illini Union Committee (1) ; 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); Panhellenic Ex- 
ecutive Council (3, 4); Illini Traditions 
Committee (3, 4); Panhellenic Board of 
Affairs 

Daphne Sue Ham Chicago 

Commerce 
Secretarial Training 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Illini Christian Fellowship (3, 4) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Martha Mayme Hambrick. . .Springfield 

Agriculture 

Home Economics 

Sycamore Hall 

W.A.A. (1, 2, 3); University Chorus (1); 

Home Economics Club ; Marketing Club 



Ronald Medvin Hamelberg . . . . Antinch 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Acacia 
Tomahawk; Phi Eta Sigma; Illini Union 
Committee (3) ; Seabury Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (1, 2, 3, 4); Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC ; Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); Scab 
bard and Blade (3, 4) ; Accountancy Club; 
Young Republicans Club, President (2) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Dale Montgomery' Hamilton Joliet 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; Concert Band (2. 
3, 4) 

Joliet Junior College 



Kenneth Allen Hamilton Urocton 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Alpha Sigma Phi 

University Theatre Crew (1); Captain, 

Army ROTC; Accountancy Club; Illini 

Sportsman's Club 



Richard Alan Hamilton Robinson 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music 

Theta Xi 
University Theatre Cast (3) ; University 
Choir (3, 4); University Chorus (3); 
Men's Glee Club (3, 4) ; Displaced Persons 
Committee (3); Indian Students Club; Fu- 
ture Teachers of America ; Spring Musical 
Cast (3) 

Indiana Central College 









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Engineering 

General Engineering 

Granada Club 

Illini Christian Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 4); 

Physics Society 



Virginia David Hamilton 

Wilbcrforce, Ohio 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
E nglish 
University Theatre Crew (1); French 
Club; Spanish Club 



Wayne Arthur Hamilton Chicago 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Chi Gamma Iota; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; A.S. 
G.E. 

Wilson Junior College; Northwestern 
University 



Richard Bernard Hammer Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Marketing Club; Young Republicans Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini (1, 2) ; 

Dance Committee (1); Activities Honorary 

(2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

James Eugene Hanafee Champaign 

Engineering 
Metallurgy Engineering 
Alpha Sigma Mu ; Illini Sportsman's Club; 
M.I.S. 



William Patrick Hancock. . Villa Grove 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Accountancy Club; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management 
Illinois College 



Frances Ari.ene Handrock 

Crystal Lake 
Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Beta House 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); W.A.A. (1, 2, 
3, 4) ; Gamma Delta ; Physical Education 
Majors Club 



Nancy Annabelle Hanks Hudson 

Fine and Applied Arts 
^tusic Education 
Evans Hall 
Sigma Alpha Iota; University Choir (3, 4) ; 
Women's Glee Club (1); Madrigal Chorus 
(2, 3); Oratorio Society (2, 3); Spring 
Musical Cast (3); Opera Work Shop (2) 
Honors Day (2) 

Diane Carolyn Hansen Oglesby 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Spanish 
Sherwood Lodge 
Illini Christian Fellowship (2, 3, 4) ; 
Spanish Club 

LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 



Rodney Fred Hanson Harvey 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Wa-Na-See ; Sachem ; Tribe of Illini, Presi- 
dent (2, 3, 4) ; Football Varsity Squad (2, 
3, 4); Letter (2, 3, 4); Freshman Varsity 
Squad-Captain (1) 



Shirley Joan Hantack. .Chicago Heights 

Agriculture 

Retailing Apparel 

Busey Hall 

Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); Marketing Club; 

Young Republicans Club 



Thomas George Harcharik. . . .Streator 

Agriculture 

Floriculture 
Pi Alpha Xi, President (4) ; Floriculture 
Club 
Honors Day (3) 



Marvin Leo Harding Rock ford 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Rockford College 



Richard McGrew Hardy Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



Edward Ray Harenza Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Men's Residence Hall Addition 3 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Patrick Leo Harmon Monica 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Agricultural Economics Club; Agricultural 
Education Club; Agricultural Club; Field 
and Furrow ; Hoof and Horn ; Illini Foren- 
sic Association ; Young Republicans Club 
Bradley University; University of Wis 
consin 



Harold Eugene Harms Onarga 

Agriculture 

Agricultural Extension 

Illi-Del 

S.N.I.B. (3, 4); Plowboy Prom Committee 

(2); Agricultural Education Club; Dairy 

Production Club 

LeTourneau Technical Institute 



Caryl Joan Harrington Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Kappa Delta 
Phi Upsilon Omicron ; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1, 2, 3) ; University Theatre Crew 
(2, 3); W.A.A. (1); S.N.I.B. (3); Or- 
chesis (1) ; Home Economics Council (4) ; 
Home Economics Club 
Honors Day (3) 

John Henry Harris 

Nashville, Tennessee 
Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Men's Residence Hall Addition 3 
Sigma Tau ; Tau Beta Pi ; Phi Eta Sigma ; 
Pi Mu Epsilon; Pershing Rifles (1, 2); 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

University of Alabama; Case Institute of 
Technology 



Roger Fay Harris 

Agriculture 
Mechanization 
Illini Sportsman's Club 



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William Rider Harryman. . . .Charleston 
Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Illini Union Committee (3); Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (1); Plowboy Prom 
Committee (3) 



Harry Donald Hartel Mundelein 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Campus Chest (1); Junior Interfraternity 
Council (1); German Club; Junior Bar 
Association ; Young Democrats Club 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Ronald Dean Hartwick Vandalia 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Sigma Tau ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Pi Mu Epsi- 
lon ; Physics Society 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



James Edward Harward Carbondale 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Petite Maison 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Southern Illinois University 



Susan Elizabeth Hastings. . .Broolcfield 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Stratford 
Kappa Delta Pi; Y.W.C.A. Committee (4) ; 
University Chorus (4) ; Future Teachers 
of America; Young Republicans Club 
Grinnell College 



Virginia Ann Hathorne Elmhurst 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Sigma Kappa 
The Daily Illini (1); Illini Union Com- 
mittee (2, 3) ; Student Senate (3) ; Illini 
Union Bronze Key 



Sheldon Josei-h Hauck Neiv Lenox 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 

Psi Upsilon 
Ma-Wan-Da; Skull and Crescent; The 
Daily Illini (3) ; Illini Union Board Presi- 
dent (4) ; Major Chairman High School 
Circus Illini Union Committee (3) ; Illini 
Union Council President (3, 4) ; Illini 
Union Committee (1, 2, 3) ; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (1); House President 
(4) ; Young Republicans Club 

Joliet Junior College 

Murray David Haxjser Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Praetorians 
Accountancy Club ; Praetorians 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Charles Stewart Havens Vrbana 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Captain, Army ROTC ; Phalanx (3,4); 
Illini Sportsman's Club 
Honors Day (2) 



Hebert Henry Hayes DeEalb 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



William Richard Hayes DuQuoin 

Commerce 
Management 
Theta Chi 
Illini Union Committee (1) ; Board of Fra- 
ternity Affairs (4) ; Interfraternity Execu- 
tive Council (4) ; House President (4) ; 
IM Rec Board (4) 



Robert Lee Haymaker 

Indianapolis, India nn 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Skull and Crescent; Phi Kappa Phi; Tan 
Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu ; 
Tribe of Illini (4) ; Freshman Varsity- 
Baseball Squad; Basketball Manager (1, 2. 
3) ; Senior Track Manager (4) ; Athletic 
Council (4); Lieutenant, NROTC; Armed 
Forces Council (3, 4); Navy Council (4) ; 
Scabbard and Blade (3, 4) 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3, 4); University of 
Illinois Scholarship Key 

Penny Nancy- He ale Franklin Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Delta Zeta 



David Fults Heberer Belleville 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Lundgren Hall 
Sigma Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu Epsi- 
lon 
Honors Day ( 1) 



Robert Lee Hechler Galesburg 

Commerce 
Management 
College Hall 
M.I. A. Executive Council (3, 4) ; Society 
for the Advancement of Management 
Iowa State College 



Frank Webster Heckler, Jr. 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylva » in 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Football Marching Band (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Firsl 

Regimental Band (1, 2, 3, 4); A.F.S.; 

A.S.M.E.; Young Republicans Club 



Jerold Allen Hecktman Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Tau Delta Phi 
House President (4) ; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 



Henry Richard Hegner Cicero 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Morton Junior College; Illinois Insti- 
tute of Technology 



Gerald Norman Heichman Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Praetorians 
Freshman Week Committee (4) ; Marketing 
Club; Praetorians; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 



Rolland Louis Heien Mt. Olive 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Medea Lodge 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 






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Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.F.S.; A.S.M.E. 



David Spencer Heindel Dixon 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Sigma Tau; Chi Epsilon; The Daily Illini 
(1, 2, 3) ; Engineering Council (3) ; Major, 
Army ROTC; Scabbard and Blade (3, 4) ; 
Society of American Military Engineers 
(4); A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (1) 

Kathryn Donovan Heitkotter. .Aurora 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Teacher Training in English 

Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 

Torch ; The IUio (1, 2, 3 ) ; Illini Union 

Committee (1, 2, 3); University Chorus 

(1, 2); French Club; Future Teachers of 

America; Young Democrats Club; N.C.T.E. 



Janet Anne Helmer Chicago 

Agriculture 
Institutional Management 
T-Dorms 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Clarence Hendel. . . .La Grange 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Delta Phi 

Sigma Tau; Eta Kappa Nu; Y.M.C.A. 

Committee (2, 3, 4) ; First Lieutenant, 

Army ROTC; Armed Forces Council (3, 

4) ; Pershing Rifles (1, 2, 3, 4) ; A.I.E.E.- 

I.R.E. 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Frank Dtjane Hendricks. .North Chicago 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Evans Scholars 
Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Industrial De- 
sign Student Association 



Max Wade Hepler Streator 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Exmoor 
Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club 
Western Illinois State University 



Donald Ray Herda Riverside 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Illini Christian Fellowship (3, 4) ; A.S.- 
M.E.; S.A.E. 

Lyons Township Junior College 



Donald Ephraim Herman Aurora 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Sachem; Phi Eta Sigma; Illini Union 
Committee (2) ; M.I.A. Executive Coun- 
cil (2) ; Student Senate (2) ; Coordination 
Committee (2) ; Committee on Student Dis- 
cipline (3, 4) ; Hillel Foundation Student 
Council (2) ; First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Accountancy Club; Praetorians 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Mary Keating Herman Antioch 

Agriculture 

Some Economics 

Evans Hall 

The Illio (1); W.A.A. (2, 3, 4); Home 

Economics Club ; Future Teachers of 

America 



William Theodore Herman Peoria 

Commerce 
Management 
Newman Hall 
Alpha Phi Omega; Illini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202; Illini Sportsman's Club; 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management ; Sociology Club 
Bradley University 

Engrive Guillermo Hernandez 

Bogota, Colombia 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E E.-I.R.E.; Colombian Students' As- 
sociation 

University of the Andes 



Peter Jay Herrmann Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Zeta Beta Tau 
Star and Scroll; Phi Beta Kappa; The 
Daily Illini (1); Campus Chest (1); Com- 
mittee on Student Affairs (1, 2) ; Fresh- 
man Varsity Basketball Squad (1); Bas- 
ketball Manager (2) ; Illini Traditions 
Committee (4) 

Robert Nelson Herscheliian 

Glen Ellyn 
Commerce 
Management 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202 
Miami University 



Conrad William Hewitt Sheffield 

Commerce 
Finance 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Tomahawk ; Alpha Phi Omega ; Illini Union 
Committee (2, 3); Commerce Council (2, 
3 ) ; Major, Air Force ROTC ; Finance 
Club; Illini Sportsman's Club; Marketing 
Club 

Douglas Wayne Heyn Chicago 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Theta Xi 
Field and Furrow 

Wright Junior College 



Richard Lewis Hiatt Cicero 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Chi Gamma Iota 
Honors Day (1) 

DePauw University; Indiana Univer- 
sity; Navy Pier Extension of the Univer- 
sity of Illinois. 

Joyce Ann Hildenbrand Thawville 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Evans Hall 
Shorter Board; Pi Kappa Lambda; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Sigma Alpha Iota, Presi- 
dent (4); University Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Oratorio Society (1, 2) 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



John Garnett Hill 

Indianapolis, India mi 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Landscape Architecture 
Delta Upsilon 
University Theatre Manager (3) ; Univer- 
sity Theatre Crew (2, 3, 4) ; Basketball 
Manager (2) ; Intramural Manager (3, 4) ; 
Forsite (2, 3, 4) ; Landscape Architecture 
Society ; Young Democrats Club 

John Jay Hill Champaign 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Football Marching Band (1, 2, 3); First 
Regimental Band (2, 3) ; Second Regi- 
mental Band (1) ; First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC 





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Larry Michael Hill, Champaign 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; Football March- 
ing Band (1, 2, 3) ; First Regimental Band 
(1, 2, 3) ; University Choir (3, 4) ; Madri- 
gal Chorus (2, 3) ; Oratorio Society (1, 
2) ; University Religious Council (2) ; 
McKinley Foundation Student Council (4) ; 
Tllini Sportsman's Club; Musical Director 
of Dad's Day Revue (3, 4) ; Choral Direc- 
tor of Spring Musical (2, 3) ; Young Re- 
publicans Club 

Larry Oscar Hill Robinson 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Chi Phi 
House President (4) ; Freshman Varsity 
Track Squad (2) ; Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Pershing Rifles (2, 3, 4); Market- 
ing Club 

Carol Koeiin Hillman Mansfield 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music 
Busey Hall 
Mu Phi Epsilon; University Chorus (2, 3, 
4) ; Women's Glee Club (4) 
Eastern Illinois State College 



Gerthalene Patricia Hines. . .Decatur 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music Education 

Delta Sigma Theta 

University Choir (1, 2); Oratorio Society 

(1, 2) ; Orchesis (1) ; Opera Workshop 

(1, 2, 3, 4) 



Marlene Joan Hirstein Decatur 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Kappa Delta 
Beloit College 



James William Hlavacek Niles 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Gym- 
nastics Manager (1, 2, 3); Major, Air 
Force ROTC; Arnold Air Society (3, 4); 
Phalanx (3, 4) ; American Recreational 
Society, U. of I. Student Chapter 



Anne Naranick Hoagland. .Jacksonville 
Education 
History 
Pi Beta Phi 
Mortar Board; Torch; Shi-Ai ; Phi Kappa 
Phi ; Kappa Delta Pi ; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; The Daily Tllini (1); Mini Union 
Committee (1); Panhellenic Executive 
Council (1, 2, 3); Student Senate (3); 
Committee on Student Affairs (3) ; Cheer- 
leader (3) ; Greek Week Committee (2) ; 
Panhellenic Ball Committee (1); Navy 
Sponsor ( 3 ) 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Richard Louis Hoard Glen Ellyn 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Skull and Crescent; Campus Chest (1, 2); 
Board of Fraternity Affairs (3) ; Inter- 
fraternity Executive Council (3) ; House 
President (3, 4); Lieutenant. NROTC; 
Navy Council (2, 3, 4) ; Military Ball 
Committee 

Dolores Anne Hodges Vrbana 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Chi Omega 
Theta Sigma Phi ; University Theatre Man- 
ager (2) ; University Theatre Crew (1, 2) 



Ellen Alice Hoenicke Palos Parle 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Biology 
Busey Hall 
German Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Marjorie Elsa Hoerdt Mascoutah 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
4-H House 
Phi Upsilon Omicron ; Star Course Man- 
ager (1); W.A.A. (1, 2, 3); University 
Chorus (1, 2, 3) ; Seabury Foundation 
Student Council (1, 2, 3); All-Ag Field 
Day Committee (2) ; Plowboy Prom Com- 
mittee (1); Home Economics Club 

Martha Ann Hoerdt Mascoutah 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

History 

Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 

Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; 

Phi Alpha Theta; First Regimental Band 

(1, 2, 3) 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Carl Otis Hopfee Fairfield 

Law 
Law 
Triangle 
Star and Scroll ; Phi Delta Phi ; Junior 
Interfraternity Council (2) ; Captain, Air 
Force ROTC; A.S.M.E. ; S.A.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



Allen Wayne Hoffman Gardner 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Mi-Dell 
Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); All-Ag Field Day Com- 
mittee (1, 2, 3) ; Plowboy Prom Commit- 
tee; Sno-Ball Committee (2); Agriculture 
Club; Dairy Production Club; Field and 
Furrow ; Hoof and Horn Club 



David Glenn Hofstetter. . . .Oalc Parle 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Marketing Club ; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

DePaul University; Northwestern Uni- 
versitv 



Clyde Kennedy Hogendobler 

Villa Ridge 
Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Ensign, NROTC; A.S.A.E. 



Robert Beryl Hogue Ashmore 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu ; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

Eastern Illinois State University; Ohio 
State University 



Samuel Edwin Hohulin Good field 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Ten-O-One Club 
Society of Illustrators 
Honors Day (2) 



Richard Robert Holbach Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Barton House 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Football 
Squad (1, 2), Letter (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Anna Marie Holladay Springfield 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Presbyterian Hall 
W.A.A. (3, 4) ; American Recreational So- 
ciety, U. of I. Student Chapter 









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Francis Gene Holman Cedar Point 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 

State College of Washington ; LaSalle- 
Peru-Oglesby Junior College 



Ronald Clark Holt Potomac 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Captain, Air Force ROTC; 
Arnold Air Society (3, 4) ; A.S.A.E. 



Andrew Donald Homa Springfield 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Springfield Junior College; Bradley Uni- 
versity 



Gerald James Honey Chicago 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Newman Hall 
A.S.M.E.; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Peggy Jo Honn Tolono 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Busey Hall 
Phi Upsilon Omicron ; Star Course Man- 
ager; Home Economics Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Robert Eugene Hood Sullivan 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Economics 
Disciples Foundation Student Council (1, 
2) ; Agricultural Economics Club 



Charles Elton Hoover Chicago 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Delta Chi 
Star and Scroll; The Daily Ulini (1); 
M.I.S. ; Rifle and Pistol Club 

Wright Junior College; Mary Hardin- 
Baylor College ; Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois 

Dale Carney Hopper Champaign 

Division of Special Services 
Social Studies 



Arlene Hornick Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English Literature 

Evans Hall 
Alpha Lambda Delta ; Illinois Technograph 
(4) 

Navy Pier Activities : Editorial Chief, 
Pier Mini ; Student Congress 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Joel Leon Horrell West Frankfort 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Southern Illinois University; McKendree 
College 



Albert Donald Hosler Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Jo Ann Hostettler. . . .Barrington Bills 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Mortar Board ; Torch ; Alpha Chron ; Theta 
Sigma Phi; Gamma Alpha Chi; The Illio 
(1, 2, 3, 4), Business Manager (4) ; Ulini 
Union Committee (2) ; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 
(2, 3, 4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1) ; 
Campus Chest (3); W.A.A. (1); Seabury 
Foundation Student Council (1, 2) ; 
WPGU (2); Little United Nations; Mar- 
keting Club 

Norman Roland Hoube Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 



Kenneth Alfred Houp 

Coral Gables, Florida 
Division of Special Services 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Arnold Air Society (3) ; I.A.S. 

Carnegie Institute of Technology; Boston 
University 



Marjorie Ann Howard Mt. Vernon 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Pi Beta Phi 
Sigma Alpha Iota; Ulini Union Committee 
(1, 2) ; University Theatre Crew (1) ; Star 
Course Manager (1, 2); University Choir 
(1); Oratorio Society (1); Opera Work- 
shop (2) ; Spring Musical Cast (3) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

Sylvia Geraldine Howard Olney 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Pi Beta Phi 
Psi Chi 



Nancy Anderson Howell Oarmi 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Delta Sigma Epsilon 
The Illio (1) 



Phyllis Jane Howell McTJenry 

Agriculture 
Some Economics 
Floriculture Club; Home Economics Club 
Cornell College 



Ronald Hunter Howell Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2); A.F.S. 
Honors Day (3) 



James Joseph Hubbard Carrollton 

Journalism 
Agricultural Journalism 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Ulini (1, 2) ; 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2); S.N.I. B., Edi- 
tor (4); Agricultural Council (3, 4); All- 
Ag Field Day Committee (3, 4) ; Plowboy 
Prom Committee (3) ; Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC; Zeta Sigma Alpha (3, 4) 











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Ch \hles Phillip Hubele Carmi 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Beta Theta Pi 
Skull and Crescent; The Illio (1, 2); 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2); Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council ( 1 ) ; Greek Week Com- 
mittee (2); Agricultural Economics Club; 
Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club; 
lllini Sportsman's Club 

Frederick Charles Hubner Milford 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Lookout Manor 

Agricultural Economics Club; Hoof and 
Horn Club 



John Francis Huck Granite City 

Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
Delta Chi 
Star and Scroll; lllini Union Committee 
(1); Army ROTC ; Scabbard and Blade 
(3, 4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; lllini Sports- 
man's Club; S.I.E.S. 

Morris Glen Huck Nashville 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculture 
Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Tau Alpha; Univer- 
sity Religious Council (3) ; Wesley Foun- 
dation Student Council (3, 4) ; Cadet Cap- 
tain, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air Society 
(3, 4) ; Agricultural Education Club; Field 
and Furrow 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Judy Arlinb Hucko Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 

Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Little United Nations; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management; Young Re- 
publicans Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Dance Committee 
(1, 2); Activities Honorary (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Dennis Lee Hudson Wood River 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Acacia 
University Theatre Manager (2) ; Univer- 
sity Theatre Cast (1, 2, 3, 4) ; University 
Theatre Crew (1, 2, 3, 4); Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (1); University Theatre 
Workshop Director (4) 

Patricia Ann Hudson Moline 

Education 
French 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (3); lllini Christian 
Fellowship (3, 4); French Club 
North Park College 



Thomas Paul Hudson Uindsboro 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
S.N.I.B. (3, 4); All-Ag Field Day Com- 
mittee (4) ; Field and Furrow 
Eastern Illinois State College 



Donald Richard Huftalin Malta 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
University Chorus (1, 2); All-Ag Field 
Day Committee (2. 3) ; Plowboy Prom 
Committee (2, 3); Agriculture Club; Hoof 
and Horn Club 



Saundra Jean Huftalin 

La Canada, California 
Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Presbyterian Hall 
Alpha Lambda Delta ; Y.M.C.A. Committee 
(2); Women's Glee Club (1, 2, 3); Home 
Economics Club 

Honors Day (1, 3) 



Helen Shuman Hughes Woodstock 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Rhetoric and English Composition 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Mortar Board; Star Course Manager (1, 
2, 3) ; Panhellenic Board of Affairs (3); 
Illigreek (4); Orchesis (1, 2); Alumni 
Association Board (3) ; Concert and En- 
tertainment Board (4) ; LAS Council (2) : 
Young Republicans Club; Dolphin Queen 
Finalist (2); Illio Beauty (3) 

Richard Lee Huitema Lansing 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Granada Club 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Boyd Hull. Clinton 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Alpha Sigma Mu; The Daily lllini (2); 
Engineering Council (4) ; M.I.S. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



William Lee Hull Carbondale 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculture 
Agricultural Education Club 
Southern Illinois University 



John Arthur Hultberg Kankakee 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Triangle 
Interfraternity Council (3) ; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (2) ; Captain, Army 
ROTC; Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); A.S.- 
M.E.; S.A.E.; Synton 

Ernest Charles Humphrey 

South Bend, Indiana 
Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Theta Chi 
Wa-Na-See; Sachem; Mask and Bauble; 
Sigma Delta Chi; The Illio (1); Major 
Chairman, Spring Musical lllini Union 
Committee (3) ; lllini Union Council (3) ; 
lllini Union Committee (1, 2, 3, 4); Uni- 
versity Theatre Manager (3, 4) ; University 
Theatre Cast (2) ; University Theatre Crew 
(1, 2, 3); Illigreek (4); WILL (4); 
Greek Week Committee (2) ; Spring Mu- 
sical Cast (2, 3) 

Wayne Louis Hunerkoch. . . .Metropolis 
Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Moore Hall 
Field and Furrow 

Southern Illinois University 

Donald Edwin Hunt Wood River 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Marketing Club ; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 



Tyler Rodney Hunt Kewanee 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Wa-Na-See; Fencing Varsity Squad (2, 
3,4), Captain (4), Letter (3,4); A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E.; Scimitar 



Marion Hunter Park Ridge 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Shorter Board; Torch; lllini Union Com- 
mittee (1); University Theatre Manager 
(2, 3); University Theatre Crew (1); 
Panhellenic Executive Council (4) ; Stu- 
dent Senate (2, 3) ; Greek Week Committee 
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Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Phi Upsilon Omicron; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 
(1. 2); University Chorus (1); S.N.I.B. 
I 3, I i 
Honors Day (1) 



Helen Virginia Hutchinson 

East St. Louis 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Belleville Junior College 



Paul George Huth Saybroolc 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Economics 
Son's Home 
Alpha Tan Alpha 

Illinois State Normal University 



James Donald Huxel Wauconda 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Marketing Club 

Illinois State Normal University 



Alfred Samuel Inselberg 

Athens, Greece 
Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Pi Mu Epsilon ; Sigma Gamma 
Tau; Hillel Foundation Student Council; 
Greek Students Club; IA.S. ; Rifle and 
Pistol Club 



Roy Lester Ion Chicago 

Divison of Special Services 
Economics 
Flying Club; Rho Epsilon; Young Republi- 
cans Club 

Ohio State University 



Yito John Iovino Chicago 

Commerce 

Sales and Advertising Management 

Sigma Nu 

Tribe of Illini (4) ; Varsity Football Squad 

(2, 3, 4), Letter (4) ; Freshman Varsity 

Football Squad 



Nathalie Gaye Irwin Bridgeport 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music Education 

Gamma Phi Beta 

Sigma Alpha Iota; The Illio (1, 2) ; Illini 

Union Committee (1); University Choir 

(1, 2, 3. 4); "Women's Glee Club (1, 2) 



Kenneth Allen Issel Deerfield 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Delta Tau Delta 
Captain, Army ROTC; Society of Amer- 
ican Military Engineers (3, 4) ; A.S.C.E. 
Iowa State College 



Anthony Joseph Iuro Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
A.I.A. 

Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



TliU Jaaniks Melrose Park 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Concordia 
American Academy of Art 



Lovie Ruth Jackson Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in French 

Delta Sigma Theta 
Phi Delta Phi; N.SA. Senate Subcommit- 
tee (3, 4); French Club; Spanish Club; 
Cheerleader (1, 2); Orchesis (1, 2) 
Honors Day (1, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Marilyn Jean Jackson Mahomet 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Physical Education Majors Club 



Robert Charles Jackson Ambon 

Commerce 

Marketing 
El Patio 
House President (3); Marketing Club; 
Young Democrats Club 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Robert Howard Jackson 

Cleveland Height*, Ohio 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Philosophy 
Phi Sigma Delta 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2) ; Junior 
Interfraternity Council (1) ; Freshman 
Council (1) ; N.SA. Senate Subcommittee 
(1) ; Freshman Week Committee (2) ; LAS 
Council (1, 2), President (2) 
Western Reserve University 

Theodore Allen Jackson Moline 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
College Hall 
Sigma Tau; Illini Christian Fellowship 
(1, 2, 3, 4); First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



Sylvia Elizabeth Jacob Dixmoor 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Biology Teacher Training 
Gamma House 
Illini Union Committee (3, 4), House Presi- 
dent (4) 



Glenn Edward Jacobs Springfield 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Springfield Junior College 



Kenneth Jacobs. .Kansas City, Missouri 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
A.I.A. 
Honors Day (1) 



Myrna Arlene Jacobson Chicago 

Education 
Social Studies 
Laurel 
Student Senate (3) ; Hillel Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (3, 4) ; Future Teachers of 
America 

Wright Junior College 










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Harold Dean James Buncombe 

Veterinary Medicine 
Veterinary Medicine 
Nabor House 
Phi Eta Sigma; Student Veterinary Med- 
ical Association 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Warren Robert James Peoria 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Acacia 
Tau Beta Pi ; Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; 
Sigma Gamma Tau; Concert Band (1, 2, 
3, 4); Football Marching Band (1, 2, 3, 
4); First Regimental Band (1); IA.S. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Carl George Janis Cicero 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
A.I.Ch.E.; M.I.S. 

Morton Junior College 



Eleanore Ruth Janssen Minonlc 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
4-H House 
Phi Upsilon Omicron ; University Chorus 
(2); All-Ag Field Day Committee (2); 
Plowboy Prom Committee (2) ; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 



Fredrick Carl Jaronitzky. . . .Effingham 

Agriculture 

Dairy Technology 

Pi Kappa Phi 

Dairy Technology Society; Illini Forensic 

Association; Illini Sportsman's Club 



Joel Diane Jarvis Flossmoor 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Illini Union Committee (1) ; University 
Theatre Manager (2) ; University Theatre 
Crew (1); Greek Week Committee (2); 
Panhellenic Ball Committee (3) 

Ronald Theodore Jaskolski. . . -Chicago 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily Illini (4); 
Marketing Club 

Wilson Junior College 



Harry Jefferson 

White Plains, Neiv York 
Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Omega Psi Phi 
Sachem; Tribe of Illini (2, 3, 4); Varsity 
Football Squad (3), Letter (3) ; Freshman 
Varsity Football Squad 

David Lloyd Jelinek Chicago 

Commerce 
Sales and Advertising Management 

Phi Kappa 
Alpha Kappa Psi; University Theatre Cast 
(3, 4); Newman Club Foundation Student 
Council (3, 4) ; Commerce Council (3, 4) ; 
Marketing Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Playhouse 
Manager (2) 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

William Robert Jelinek Gary 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Chez Nous 
House President (4); Accountancy Club; 
Flying Club 

Marquette University; Northwestern 
University 



John Briggs Jenkins Elmhurst 

Commerce 
Management and Finance 
Phi Gamma Delta 
Skull and Crescent, President (2) ; 
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2) ; Y.M.CA. Com- 
mittee Chairman (2) ; Board of Fraternity 
Affairs (2) ; Interfraternity Executive 
Council (2); Student Senate (2); Co- 
ordination Committee (2) ; Freshman 
Council (1); N.S.A. Senate Subcommittee 
(1); Greek Week Committee (2); Finance 
Club; Society for the Advancement of 
Management; Interfraternity Council (1, 
2) 

Herbert George Jensen Freeport 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Armory House 
University Theatre Crew (1) ; Illini For- 
ensic Association; Marketing Club 

Shelley Barry Jeral Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (4) ; Y.M.C.A. Com- 
mittee (4) ; Second Regimental Band (2, 
3) ; Sociology Club 

Navy Pier Activities : Concert Band 
(1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Nancy Helen Jevert Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Home Economics 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3); Home Eco- 
nomics Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Gordon Malcolm Johns Wilmette 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Ma-Wan-Da; Phi Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma 
Sigma ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Alpha Kappa Psi ; 
Beta Alpha Psi; Illini Union Board (4); 
Major Chairman, Public Relations Illini 
Union Committee (3) ; Illini Union Coun- 
cil (3, 4); Illini Union Committee (1, 2); 
Football Marching Band (2, 3); Second 
Regimental Band (1, 2, 3) ; Accountancy 
Club, President (4) 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Ronald Jack Johns Herrin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Speech 

Alpha Phi Omega ; University Theatre Cast 

(4) ; University Theatre Crew (3, 4) ; 

French Club; Illini Forensic Association 

Adele Louise Johnson Aurora 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English Literature 
Vanlig 
University Theatre Cast (4) ; University 
Theatre Crew (3, 4) 
Carleton College 



Arthur Louis Johnson Sorento 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Rogers House 
Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (2) 



Bradley Robert Johnson 

Kingston, Ontario, Canada 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Landscape Architecture 
Delta Upsilon 
Sachem ; Scarab ; Illini Union Committee 
(2); Board of Fraternity Affairs (2, 3, 
4) ; Interfraternity Executive Council (2, 
3, 4) ; Forsite (2, 3, 4) ; Illigreek (3, 4) ; 
Sno-Ball Committee (1) ; Landscape Archi- 
tecture Society 

Carl Wilhelm Johnson, Jr. . . . Wheaton 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Psi Chi; Sociology Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 







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Dunis Eads Johnson Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design, 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Kreshman Varsity Baseball Squad 



Don \ld Marshall Johnson. . . .Chicago 
Commerce 

Alpha Kappa Psi; Accountancy Club; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management 



(JliitALD Frank Johnson Leland 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
ISrowery 
House President (4) ; First Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC ; Society of American Military 
Engineers (4) ; Cyclothem Club, President 
(4) 
Donors Day (2) 

Gilbert Feed Johnson Oak Lawn 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.l.E.E.-I.R.E.; Mini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Gloria Faith Johnson Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 

Delta Zeta 
Student Senate (3) ; Home Economics 
Club; I.A.S. ; Rifle and Pistol Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Mini (1); 
lota Pi Sigma (1, 2); Chorus (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Herbert Gardner Johnson Morris 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Society of Illinois Bacteriologists 
Greenville College 



Kenneth James Johnson Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 

Navy Pier Activities : Varsity Baseball 
Squad (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
I llinois 

Neil Johnson LaGrande, Oregon 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
I.A.S. 



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liiap Eugene Johnson. . . 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
College Hall 
A.S.C.E. 

Centralia Junior College 



Rwmond Ernest Johnson Chicago 

Engineering 
Metallurgy 
Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



Thomas Frederick Johnson 

Champaign 
Division of Special Services 
Advertising 
Alpha Delta Sigma; Marketing Club 
William and Mary College 



Walter Carl Johnson, Jr.. . .East Lynn 
Physical Education 
Recreation 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
University Theatre Crew (2, 4) ; Fresh- 
man Week Committee (2) ; Sno-Ball Com 
mittee (1); American Recreational So- 
ciety U. of I. Student Chapter Presidenl 
(4) ; Physical Education Majors Club 



Wayne Emanuel Johnson. . . .Rockford 
Commerce 
Management 
Barton House 
House President (4); Marketing Chili; 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 



Willie Earl Johnson Champaign, 

Division of Special Services 
Chemistry 



James Joseph Johnston Juliet 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Newman Hall 
Accountancy Club 

Joliet Junior College 



Jeanne Kay Johnston Dixon 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Spanish 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Mortar Board ; Torch ; Shi-Ai ; Phi Kappa 
Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda 



Phi; 

Delta; Mask and Bauble; Sigma Delta Pi; 
University Theatre Manager (2, 3) ; Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (1); Panhellenic Ex- 
ecutive Council (3, 4); Campus Chest 
Allocations and Advisory Board (3, 4) ; 
LAS Council (2) 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Robert Pickering Johnston 

Mt. Prospect. 
Engineering 
Mechanical E nginee ring 
Navy Pier Activities: Lettermens Club 
(2); Track Team (2); Cross Country 
Team (2) 

Kansas University; Bradley University; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Thomas Watts Johnston. . . .Shelbyville 
Commerce 
Finance 
Phi Gamma Delta 
Ma-Wan-Da ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Alpha Kappa 
Psi; Mini Union Committee (1); Star 
Course Manager (1, 2, 3), Senior Manager 
(4); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); Interfra- 
ternity Executive Council (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Stu- 
dent Senate (4); Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 
3) ; Concert and Eentertainment Board 
(4) ; LAS Council (1) 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Clarence Franklin Jones .... Eldorado 

Agriculture 

Agronomy Agriculture 

Noble House 

U. of I. Rifle Team, Captain (3), Varsity 

Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 4) 

Jack Kenneth Jones Rantoul 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 
Honors Day (1) 









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Joseph Edward Jones Dixon 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Chi Phi 
Phi Alpha Theta ; Illini Union Committee 
(1); Junior Interfraternity Council (1) ; 
Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Oratorio So- 
ciety (3, 4); Spanish Club 



Pun, Bryan Jones Richview 

Agriculture 

Mechanization 

Tomahawk; S.N.I.B. (4); Captain, Air 

Force ROTC; Arnold Air Society (3, 4) 

Honors Day (3) 



Philip Wickware Joy, Jr.. . .Villa Park 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
University Theatre Crew' (1) ; University 
Choir (3); Men's Glee Club (3, 4); First 
Lieutenant, Armv ROTC; Pershing Rifles 
(1, 2, 3); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); 
Society of American Military Engineers 
(IS, 4) ; A.S.C.E. 



1 1 unry Simon Judeikis Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Newman Hall 
ACS. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
I llinois 



Frederick Ernest Juliano 



Melrose Park 



Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A S.C.E. 

De Paul University 



.1 uitiiY Leon Junas Aurora 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Men's Residence Hall, Addition 4 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Aurora College 



Robert Eugene Jurewicz Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 

Newman Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Illini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202 

Navy Pier Activity: Finance and Opera- 
lions Administrative Committee 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

JOHN Kacmarek Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Four Columns 
Alpha Delta Sigma; Illini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202 ; Marketing Club ; Navy Pier 
Alumni Association 

Navv Pier Activities: Basketball Squad 
(1, 2) 

University of California; Ohio State 
University; Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois 

Robert William Kafka Joliet 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Alpha Chi Rho 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Ronald Stewart Kaiser 

Clayton, Missouri 
Journalism 
Advertising 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
Star and Scroll; Alpha Delta Sigma; Illini 
Union Committee (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Star Course 
Manager (1, 2); Junior Interfraternity 
Council (1); Student Senate (2, 3); Tribe 
of Illini (3, 4); Cheerleader (2); Chief 
Illiniwek (3); Illigreek (3); Displaced 
Persons Committee (3) ; Freshman Week 
Committee (2) ; Greek Week Committee 
(2); Pershing Rifles (1); Illini Sports- 
man's Club; Rho Epsilon; Young Repub- 
licans Club 



Maury Charles K\lnitz Chicago 

Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 

Praetorians 
Cheerleader (4); Praetorians; Student In- 
dustrial Engineering Society, President (4) 

Navy Pier Activities: Debate; A.C.S. : 
A.F.S. 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Kenneth Thomas Kvmber. .... .Chicago 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Sigma Tau Gamma 
Interfraternity Executive Council (4) ; 
M.I.S. 

Wilson Junior College, Illinois Institute 
of Technology 

David Anthony Kamm Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Alpha Phi Omega; Football Marching 
Band (1, 2, 3, 4) ; First Regimental Band 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Engineering Council (3, 4); 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Thomas James Kampwirth Chicago 

Physical Education 
Teacher Training in Physical Education 
The Dim View 
Future Teachers of America 

Wilson Junior College; DePaul Univer- 
sity; Navy Pier Extension of the Univer- 
sity of Illinois 



ANNA KANELLOS Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Vanlig 
Kappa Delta Pi ; House President ( 4 ) ; 
Oratorio Society (3, 4) ; Orchesis (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Theodora Kanellos Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
General Speech 
Vanlig 
Oratorio Society (3, 4) ; Orchesis (2) 



Marvin Victor Hymen Kanter. .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Lundgren House 
Omega Beta Pi; House President (4) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

University of Chicago; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Fred Charles Karberg 

Park Rapids, Minnesota 
Commerce 
Accountancg 
Accountancy Club 



Ronald Samuel Kareken Canton 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Triangle 
Ma-Wan-Da; Tomahawk; Sigma Tau, 
President (3); Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors (3, 
4) ; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, President (4) ; 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2, 3); University 
Chorus (1, 2, 3) ; Lieutenant Junior Grade, 
NROTC; Pershing Rifles (1); Junior Bar 
Association; I.S.G.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

Michael Joseph Karon. .. .Rock Island 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Zeta Beta Tau 
Ma-Wan-Da ; Sachem ; Phi Epsilon Kappa ; 
Tribe of Illini (3, 4) ; Gymnastics Varsity 
Squad (2, 3, 4), Captain (4); Letter (3. 
4) ; Freshman Varsity Gymnastics Squad : 
Varsity Swimming Squad (4) ; Freshman 
Varsity Swimming Squad; Physical Edu- 
cation Majors Club 








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Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Beta Theta Pi 
Cheerleader (2); Men's Glee Club (3) 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Richard Mason Kash Binsdale 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Chi Gamma Iota ; Sigma Tau 
Honors Day (1) 
Knox College 



John Frederick Kating. . Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Wa-Na-See; Sachem; Skull and Crescent; 
Tribe of Mini; Varsity Baseball Squad (3, 
4), Letter (2, 3) ; Freshman Varsity Base- 
ball Squad 



Melvin Leroy Katten Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Praetorians 
Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; Prae- 
torians; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 

Thornton Junior College 



Adrienne Gloria Katz Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Future Teachers of America; Young Demo- 
crats Club 



Friedrich Joachim Katz 

Sao Paulo, Sp, Brazil 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Portuguese Club; S.A.E. 



Renee Judith Kaufman Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Future Teachers of America 

Roosevelt University ; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Nancy Kathleen Kauth Streator 

Agriculture 
Retailing 

Alpha Omicron Pi 
University Theatre Crew (1); x.W.C.A. 
Committee (1); S.N.I.B. (2, 3, 4); Terra- 
pin (1, 2); Panhellenic Ball Committee, 
Major Chairman (2, 3) ; Home Economics 
Club 

MacMurray College; Syracuse University 

Kenneth Charles Kay Collinsville 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Football Marching Band (4) ; First Regi- 
mental Band (4) 



William Richard Keel Collinsville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Chemistry 
Beta Sigma Psi 
A.C.S. ; Gamma Delta, President (3) 



Barbara Ann Keeleb Chicago 

Journalism 

Radio and Television 

Palamar 

Theta Sigma Phi; Mini Union Committee 

(1) ; University Theatre Crew (2) ; Young 

Democrats Club 



Rose Marie Kehart Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 

Philea 
Shorter Board; Kappa Delta Pi; W.A.A. 
(3) ; Orchesis (3, 4) ; Physical Education 
Majors Club 

Navy Pier Activities: The Pier Mini 
(1) ; "W.A.A. (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Ruth Ann Keller Winslow 

Commerce 
Secretarial Training 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Cheerleader — Gizz Kids (1, 2) ; University 
Religious Council (1) ; Lutheran Founda- 
tion Student Council 

Preston Woodson Kelley Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Alpha Phi Alpha 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Activities : Varsity Basket- 
ball (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Diane Meredith Kellogg Oak Park 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Torch; Shi-Ai; The Mio (1, 2); Mini 
Union Committee (1) ; University Theatre 
Crew (1); Star Course Manager (1, 2); 
Campus Chest (3) ; House President (4) ; 
Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory 
Board (3) ; Mini Traditions Committee (4) 

Edward Eugene Kellum. . . .East Peoria 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Chi Gamma Iota; Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 
Honors Day (3) 



James Patrick Kelly, Jr Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 



Margaret Lorene Kelly. .. .Champaign 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Alpha Phi 
Sigma Alpha Iota; Zeta Phi Eta; Mini 
Union Committee (3, 4) ; University Sin 
fonietta (1, 2); University Orchestra (1, 
2, 3, 4); University Chorus (1) 
Honors Day (1, 3) 

Thomas Joseph Kelly Chicago 

Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. ; S.I.E.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



James Martin Kemper Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
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Dale Kempf Roanoke 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Illiknights 
Illinois Society of General Engineers 



Kenneth MiTSUO Kenmotsu. . . .Chicago 
Pine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Flagg House 
House President (4) 

Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Phillip Lee Kenneb 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 
Engineering 
General Engineering 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Military Ball Committee; Lieutenant, 
Junior Grade, NROTC; Navy Council (2) ; 
Society of General Engineers 



John Maurice Key Champaign 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Hoof and Horn Club 



Shelia Ann Keyes Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Studies 
Sycamore Hall 
House President (4) ; Young Republicans 
Club 

Mundelein College; Cardinal Stritch Col- 



Kay Sylvia Kibler Evanston 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Kappa Delta 
The Ulio (1, 2); S.N.I.B. (2); Home 
Economics Club 




Eleanor Ann Kenny Berwyn 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
T-Dorras 
Mortar Board; Torch; Alpha Chron; 
Kappa Delta Pi ; Alpha Sigma Nu ; Presi- 
dent (4); W.A.A. Board (1, 2, 3); Ter- 
rapin (2) ; Physical Education Majors Club 
Honors Day (2) 

Margaret Jane Keranen 

Clarendon Hills 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Psi Chi; Second Regimental Band (1) 



Albert Kerelis Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
A.IA. ; Lithuanian Students Club 
Lithuanian Technical College 



Edward Michael Kern Springfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
A.I.Ch.E.; Young Democrats Club 

St. Joseph's College; Springfield Junior 
College 



William Barry Kerns Oak Park 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Theta Kappa Phi 
House President (3) ; Varsity Swimming 
Squad (2, 3, 4); Letter (3); Freshman 
Varsity Swimming Squad ( 1 ) ; Dolphins 
(1, 2, 3, 4) ; Newman Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Navy Pier 
Alumni Association; Physical Education 
Majors Club; Young Democrats Club 

Joan Ella Kerr Naperville 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Terrapin (3) 

North Central College 



Duane Keith Kessler Irvington 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Delta Tau Delta 
Phi Eta Sigma ; Freshman Varsity Base- 
ball Squad; Captain, ROTC ; Phi Chi Eta 
(3, 4) ; Spanish Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Francis Kiczuk. . .Hartford, Connecticut 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad (1); 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Mini Campus Amvets Post 
No. 202 



William Eugene Kiene Geneseo 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
St. Ambrose College 



Millard Julian Kimery Neoga 

Division of Special Services 
Zoology and Chemistry 
Chi Gamma Iota; Phi Eta Sigma; Omega 
Beta Pi, President (4) ; Young Repub- 
licans Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Charles Duane King Tonim 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 



Flojean Mae King Harvard 

Agriculture 
Foods and Nutrition Dietetics 
Evans Hall 
Phi Upsilon Omicron 

Northern Illinois State University 



Jerry Dale King Oneida 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Alpha Zeta, President (3, 4) ; Mini Union 
Committee (2); Y.M.C.A. Committee (2) ; 
Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4) ; S.N.I.B. (2) ; 
Agricultural Council (3, 4) ; All-Ag Field 
Day Committee (3) ; Plowboy Prom Com- 
mittee (1, 2, 3), Chairman (3) ; Agricul- 
ture Club ; Dairy Production Club 

William Monroe King Champaign 

Engineering 
Machine Design 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Mini Union Committee (1); Flying Club; 
A.S.G.E. 









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Zoe Rene King Washington 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hull 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Alpha Iota; 
V.W.C.A. Committee (1); Women's Glee 
Club (1, 2, 3); Oratorio Society (3); 
Future Teachers of America 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

William Hayes Kirchhoff 

Downers (hare 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Wa-Na-See; Sachem; Skull and Crescent; 
Mask and Bauble, President (4) ; Phi 
Lambda Upsilon; Pi Mu Epsilon ; Univer- 
sity Theatre Manager (2, 3) ; Universitv 
Theatre Crew (1); Student Senate (4); 
Coordination Committee (4) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Ruth Henrietta Kirchner Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
German Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Orchesis (1) ; Pier 
Playhouse (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Kirio Tert/o Honolulu, Hawaii 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Kenneth William Kirk Haywood 

Engineering 
Physics 
Phi Kappa Tau 
Wa-Na-See; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Alpha Phi Omega ; Illini Union Committee 
(2); Star Course Manager (2, 3); Inter- 
fraternity Executive Council (2) ; Concert 
and Entertainment Board (4) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Robert Toshio Kiyuna 

Honolulu, Hawaii 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoologg 
Tomahawk Lodge 
Hawaii Club 

University of Hawaii ; University of 
Cincinnati 



Raymond John Kizior Cicero 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
The Daily Illini (1); A.I.Ch.E. ; French 
Club 



Richard George Kjelland Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 

Men's Residence Hall 
Alpha Phi Omega ; University Theatre Cast 
(3, 4); University Theatre Crew (3, 4); 
WILL (3, 4) 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Playhouse (1, 
2); University Choir (1, 2); Pier Illini 
(1, 2); Dance Committee (1); French 
Club (1, 2); Student Musical (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Marilyn Ann Kleaver Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
McKinley Hall 
Illini Union Committee (1); W.A.A. (1, 
2) ; A.I.Ch.E. 



Robert Allen Klecka Broadview 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Psi Upsilon 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3) ; Junior 
Interfraternity Council (1); Freshman 
Varsitv Baseball Squad; Men's Glee Club 
(1); Military Ball Committee (3); A.S.- 
M.E.; Illini Sportsman's Club; Young Re- 
publican's Club 



Edward John Klein Berwy* 

Agriculture 
Food Technology 
Food Technology Club 



Peter Allan Klein Evanston 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Delta Tau Delta 
The Illio (1, 2); Illini Union Committee 
(1, 2, 3); Star Course Manager (1); 
Campus Chest (1); Freshman Varsity Golf 
Squad; Greek Week Committee (3); Mili- 
tary Ball Committee (1); Captain. Army 
ROTC; Phalanx (3, 4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; 
Illini Sportsman's Club; A.S.G.E. 

Robert Paul Klein Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Scarab; House President (3); A. I. A. 

Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Tennis 
(1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Sally Elaine Klein. .Des Moines, Iowa 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

English 

Sigma Delta Tau 
Alpha Lambda Delta; The Daily Illini (3) . 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; Panhellenic 
Executive Council (4) ; Greek Week Com- 
mittee (3, 4) ; Panhellenic Ball Committee 
(3) ; Spanish Club 

State University of Iowa 

Marcia Fligelman Kminberg. .Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Busey Hall 
The Daily Illini (3); University Theatre 
Crew (2, 3); W.A.A. (3); Future Teach- 
ers of America 



Joseph John Klesken Cicero 

Commerce 
Management 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 
Herzl Junior College 



Dexter William Kleisner Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202 ; Mar- 
keting Club; Navy Pier Alumni Associa 
tion 

Wright Junior College 



Robert Edward Kline Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Advertising 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202 ; Mar- 
keting Club 

Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Helen Roberta Klinn Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Busey Hall 
University Theatre Crew (2, 3, 4) ; Fresh- 
man Week Committee (4) ; Future Teach- 
ers of America 



John Allan Klobuchar Canton 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air Society (3, 
4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Illi-Knights; Synton 
President (3) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 













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Everett Maurice Klotz, Jr. 

Carpentcrsville 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
American Society for Public Administra- 
tion 

Carthage College; Mexico City College; 
Elmhurst College ; University of Arizona 



Gene Vernon KN.\rp Granite City 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Long Beach City College, Belleville Junior 
College ; MacMurray College 



David Richard Knez Polos Park 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Cagle Hall 
Newman Foundation Student Council (1) ; 
Captain, Air Force ROTC (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Accountancy Club ; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 



Gerald Jesse Knoll, Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Ebel Hall 
Military Ball Committee (2) ; Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC; Phalanx (3); Marketing 
Club ; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 



John Arrol Knutson Dundee 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Phi Epsilon Kappa; Physical Education 
Majors Club 

Drake University 



Roger Bly Knutson DeKalb 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Phi Kappa Phi; A.S.C.E 
Honors Day (3) 

Northern Illinois State University 



Fuances Kay Koch Tremont 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Evans Hall 
Phi Kappa Phi ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; Iota 
Sigma Pi; A.C.S. 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Carol Ann Koehler Glenview 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Alpha Delta Pi 
The Illio (1) ; House President (4) ; Span- 
ish Club ; Young Republicans Club 
Honors Day (2) 

University of Wisconsin 



David Jon Koehler Barrington 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Philosophy 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Cornell College 



Sharon Barbara Koehnke. . . Glen Ellyn 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Northwestern University; Elmhurst Col- 



Edward Andrew Koertqe Litchfield 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



Henry Herman Koertge Olney 

Engineering 
Sanitary Engineering 
A.S.C.E.; Mu-San 



Fred Joseph Kohout Oak Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Law 
Delta Chi 
University Choir (2); Men's Glee Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4) ; Oratorio (2, 3) 



Frank Takayuki Koide 

Honolulu, Hawaii 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
WPGU (4) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Hawaii Club; 
Synton 

University of Hawaii; Illinois Institute 
of Technology 

Fred John Kolojay Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 

The Mansion 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3, 4) ; M.I.A. 
Executive Council (3) ; Concert Band (2, 
3, 4) ; Football Marching Band (2, 3, 4) ; 
Sno-Ball Committee (2, 3, 4) 
Honors Day (3) 

Wilson Junior College 

Geraldine Joan KomOSA Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 

Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Student Senate (4) 

Mundelein College; Loyola University 



CONSTANTINE KONSTANS Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 



Royce Paula Koors 

Dobbs Ferry, New York 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
House President (2) ; University Orchestra 
(1); University Chorus (2, 3); Future 
Teachers of America 
Honors Day ( 1) 

Jean Lynn Kornegger Crossville 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
4-H House 
Phi Upsilon Omicron ; University Chorus 
(3); All-Ag Field Day Committee (3); 
Home Economics Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Janet Constance Korngiebel. .Danville 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Speech 
Delta Gamma 
Zeta Phi Eta 

Danville Junior College 











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Carol Ann Koss LaSatte 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
McKinley Hall 
Phi Kappa Phi; Spanish Club 
Honors Day ( 3 ) 

LaSalle-Peru-Oglcsby Junior College 



Robert Albert Koss LaSalle 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Newman Hall 
Accountancy Club; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 

LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 



John Ivan Kotcherha Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economies 
Ukrainian-American Students Club Presi- 
dent (4) ; International Relations Club 



Gael Arthur Kowalski Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Phi Kappa 
Freshman Varsity Football Squad : New- 
man Club Foundation Student Council 
(2) ; Marketing Club 



Ronald Edward Kozan Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Theta Kappa Phi 
University Theatre Crew (1) 



Joan Mary Kraft Chicago 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Arbor Suites 
Ulini Union Committee (2, 3) ; Campus 
Chest (1); W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Cheer- 
leader (2, 4); Orchesis (1, 2); Newman 
Foundation Student Council (1, 2, 3, 4); 
American Recreational Society, U. of I. 
Student Chapter; Young Republicans Club; 
Cheerleading Coordinator 

Thomas James Krainovich Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Phi Sigma Kappa 



Glenn Addison Kramer 

Valencia, Pennsylvania 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 



Jean Marie Krause Wihucttc 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Gamma Alpha Chi ; Women's Glee Club 
(1); Oratorio Society (1); Newman Foun- 
dation Student Council (1, 2) ; Fine and 
Applied Arts Society 



Donna Ruth Kreiter Chillicothe 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Engl ish Lite ra ture 

Philea 

W.AA. (1, 2, 3, 4); Women's Glee Club 

(1, 4); Ulini Christian Fellowship (3); 

Gamma Delta 



Dennis Lyle Krenz Mendota 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Wikia 
Sigma Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; A.F.S. ; 
A.S.M.E.; Ulini Sportsman's Club; Rifle 
and Pistol Club 
Honors Day (2) 



Larry Russell Kresin Tuscola 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Pi Kappa Phi 



Edward Josef-h Kristin . . 
Commerce 
Management 
Marketing Club 



. Chicago 



Kira Vladimaira Krock New York 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Gargoyle; Sigma Tau; A. LA. ; Russian 
Language Club 
Honors Day (3) 

Universidad de Buenos Aires 



John Edward Kronvall. . .Calumet City 
Commerce 

AcCUIl nlaiiry 

Phi Kappa Tau 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; The Ulio (3); Ulini 
Union Committee (2) ; Star Course Man- 
ager (1, 2); Campus Chest (1); Cheer- 
leader (2); Military Ball Committee (2); 
Accountancy Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Thomas George Kruchten Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 



Donald Akern Kubose Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
A.C.S., President (2) 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Nancy Carol Kuehn East St. Louis 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Presbyterian House 
Sigma Delta Pi; University Chorus (1); 
French Club; Spanish Club; Young Re- 
publicans Club 



Raymond Alexander Kulwiec. .Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemical Engineering 

Alpha Chi Sigma 

Alpha Chi Sigma ; A.LCh.E. ; German 

Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Marshall Lee Kummel Chicago 

Engineering 
Ceramic Engineering 
Flagg House 
S.B.A.C.S. 











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Robert W. Kuncl Cicero 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
The Browery 
Psi Chi; House President (4) ; Illini 
Sportsman's Club 

Morton Junior College 



Rut a Ligita Kupcis Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
French 
T-Dorms 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Frederick Freitag Kurth Minier 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
McKinley Foundation Student Council (1, 
2) 



John William Kutz Northfield 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Freshman Varsity Gymnastics Squad ; Ma- 
jor, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air Society 
(3) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Dourelle Jay Kvveder Waukegan 

Agriculture 
Dairy Technology 
Sigma Kappa 
Terrapin (1, 2, 3), President (4); Dairy 
Technology Society 



Lois Elaine Kyle Peoria 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Alpha Phi 
University Theatre Crew (1); Star Course 
Manager (1) ; German Club 



Ann L v\ne Polo 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Alpha Lambda Delta; W.A.A. (1); Second 
Regimental Band (1, 2) ; Home Economics 
Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Gabriele Renate Lachmann. . . .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in German 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
German Club; Future Teachers of America 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Barton Dyer Ladd Chicago 

Journalism 

Advertising 

Delta Upsilon 

Alpha Delta Sigma; Student Senate (1, 2) ; 

Freshman Council (1); First Lieutenant, 

Army ROTC 



Charles Arthur Laible Roclc City 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Kings Kastle 
Alpha Zeta; Second Regimental Band (1, 
2); Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Ora- 
torio Society (3); Dairy Production Club; 
Field and Furrow 



Jon McMahon Lakino 

Arlington, Virginia 
Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

University of Miami ; George Washington 
University; Lincoln College 



John Douglas Lamiot Carrier Mills 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Chi Gamma Iota; Omega Beta Pi 
Honors Day (2) 



William Franklin Lamont. . .Crossville 
Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Hoof and Horn Club 



Rita Lee LampasONA Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Mundelein College; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



Dolores Jane Lamport Elmhurst 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Alpha Phi 
Society of Illustrators; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1, 2); Star Course Manager (2); 
Panhellenic Ball Committee (2) 

Ronald Keith LamsOn Newton 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Theta Delta Chi 
Chi Gamma Iota ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Beta 
Alpha Psi, President (4) ; Sigma Iota Ep- 
silon; Illini Union Committee (3, 4) ; Cap- 
tain, Army ROTC; Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); 
Accountancy Club ; Marketing Club ; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management ; 
Young Republicans Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Luvrence Jay Landesman Chicago 

Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
Men's Residence Hall 
Student Industrial Engineers Society 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Paul William Landgren, Jr. 

Indianapolis, Indiana 
Engineering 
General Engineering 
Sigma Chi 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Interfraternity 
Council (4) ; House President (4) ; Uni- 
versity Chorus (1); Platoon Commander, 
NROTC; Pershing Rifles (1); Scabbard 
and Blade (3, 4) ; I.S.G.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3, 4); University of 
Illinois Scholarship Key 

Myron Landsman Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Flagg House 
Alpha Delta Sigma ; Illini Union Committee 
(4) ; Commerce Council (3) ; Marketing 
Club 

Navy Pier Activities : Pier Playhouse 
(1,2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Charles Edward Lane Shelbyville 

Agriculture 
Agriculture Education 
Illi-Dell 
Alpha Zeta ; All-Ag Field Day Committee 
(3, 4); Military Ball Committee (3); 
Plowboy Prom Committee (2, 3) ; Second 
Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Zeta Sigma Alpha 
(3, 4); Agricultural Education Club; Ag- 
riculture Club ; Field and Furrow ; Hoof 
and Horn Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 






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John Robert Lank Kankakee 

Engineering 
Ceramic Engineering 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Student Branch, American Ceramic So 
ciety; mini Ceramist 
St. Mary's College 



Roy Herman Lanbr Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Noble House 
Alpha Kappa Psi; I. U.S. A. Barbershop- 
pers (3) ; WPGU Announcer (3) ; Finance 
Club; Marketing Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



BONAiiD Charles Lvrson Rockford 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Barton House 
Men's Residence Hall, Executive Council 
President (3) ; M.I.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Jules Marshall Laser Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Political Science 

Tau Epsilon Phi 

Star and Scroll ; Mini Union Committee 

(2) ; Freshman Week Committee (2) ; Rho 

Epsilon 










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Fine and Applied Arts 
Music 
Cosmopolitan 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; University Sin- 
fonietta (2) ; University Orchestra (2, 3, 
4) ; University Chorus (2) ; Oratorio So- 
ciety (3) 

Denver University 

Marlo Jean Lange Moline 

Agriculture 
Child and the Family 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Mortar Board ; Omicron Nu ; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Illio (2, 3, 
4), Editor-in-Chief (4); Y.W.C.A. Cab- 
inet (3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2, 3); 
Home Economics Club 
Honors Day (3) 

Iowa State College 

Richard Langenfeld Springfield 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Agricultural Education Club; Field and 
Furrow- 
Illinois State Normal University 



Charles Tom Lansden Decatur 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi 
A.S.M.E. 

Millikin University 



David Robert Lanski Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Hrnry Carl Lanterman. 
Commerce 
Marl eting 

Marketing Club 



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Frank Luke Larocca Cl<i<-tni<> 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Sigma Tau Gamma 

Western Illinois State University; Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



Richard Charles Larson. ... Waukegan 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Mu sir Education 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; Concert Band (1, 
2, ;!, 4); Football Marching Band (1, 2, 
:'.. 4); University Orchestra (3, 4) 



Ronny Dean Lash Findlay 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Campus Chest (2); Freshman Week Com- 
mittee (2, 3) ; Plowboy Prom Committee 
(3); Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn 
Club 
Honors Day (1) 



John Lassiter Chicago 

Commerce 
Statistical Economics 
Kappa Alpha Psi 
Junior Interfraternity Council (3) 
Roosevelt University 



Harold Wayne Laswell Springfield 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 



Arthur Neal Laudeman. . . .Bloomington 

Commerce 

Accountant' a 

Accountancy Club; Mini Sportsman's Club 



William Burt Lauderdale Joliel 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Concert Band (3) 
Joliet Junior College 



James Eugene Lauritsen Joliet 

Agriculture 

General Agriculture 

Theta Chi 

Army ROTC ; Phi Chi Eta; Agricultural 

Economics Club; Hoof and Horn Club ( 1 i 



Kathlyn Elaine Lawrence. .. .Chicago 
Agriculture 
Hospital Dietetics 
Delta Sigma Theta 
Terrapin (4) ; Home Economics Club 



Ronald Clell Lawwill Herrin 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
College Hall 
Sigma Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; House Presi- 
dent (3) ; Second Regimental Band (1, 2) ; 
A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (2) 








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ROGER .Smith Layman Moline 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Lundgren House 
A.I K.F.-I.R.E. 
Park College 



Edward Joseph Lazinski Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountant'/) 
Newman Hall 
Accountancy Club; Newman Students Club 
Wilson Junior College 



N\NCY Doane LeConte Kankakee 

Journalism 

Advertising 

Alpha Omicron Pi 

Torch; Gamma Alpha Chi; The Daily Mini 

(1, 2, 3) ; The Illio (1) ; Mini Union Com- 

mittea (1) 



Lesley Roger Lederer Cicero 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Fiagg House 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Phalanx 
(3, 4) ; Society of American Military Engi- 
neers (3, 4) ; A.I.Ch.E. 

Illinois Institute of Technology 



Charles Lee Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Hawaii Club President (4); Spanish Club 
University of Wisconsin; Wright Junior 
College 



Donald Russell Lee Alton 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Alpha Delta Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega; 
Men's Glee Club (3, 4); French Club; 
Marketing Club 

Northwestern University 



John Hamilton Lee Springfield 

Commerce 
Finance 
Clark House 
Finance Club; Rifle and Pistol Club 



John Heaton Lee Marrisburg 

Commerce 
Finance 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Major, Army ROTC; Phi Chi Fta (4); 
Finance Club; Young Republicans Club 



Nelly Edith Lee West Chicago 

Veterinary Medicine 
Veterinary Medicine 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Omega Tan Sigma; 
W.A.A. ; Student Veterinary Medical As- 
sociation 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Roberto Lee Sao Paulo, Brazil 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
All-Ways Home 
Sigma Tau ; House President (3); A.I.- 
ChE.; Chinese Students Club 



Ronald Norman Lee Harrisburg 

Engineering 
Physics 
Triangle 
Phi Eta Sigma; Interfraternity Council 
(3, 4); House President (3, 4); Concert 
Band (1, 2); Football Marching Band 
(1, 2) 
Honors Day (1) 

George Lelon Leech '/.ion 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Star and Scroll; Captain, Army ROTC; 
Alpha Rho Tau (2); Scabbard and Blade 
(3, 4) ; Marketing Club 



Frank Cragg Leemino Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemistry 

Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (1); Campus Chest (1) 



Richard Kenneth Leemon Marissa 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
I.S.G.E. 

Southern Illinois University 



Louis William Lefke 

Whi/ppany, New Jersey 
Engineering 
Sanitary Engineering 
Theta Chi 
Engineering Council (3, 4) ; Society of 
American Military Engineers (3); 
A.S.C.E.; Mu-San 

Alvaro Lega 

11 nra ra ma ii go — Colombia, South A met ica 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Colombian Students' As- 
sociation 

fjniverstiy of the Andes 



Joseph Edwin Legru I'miu 

Engineering 

Metallurgical Engineering 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Sigma Tau; First Lieutenant. Army ROTC. 

Scabbard and Blade (3, 4) ; Society of 

American Military Engineers (4); ill s 



Joseph Richard Leiinen Naperville 

Division of Special Services 
.1 ccountancy 



Sue Ann Leichtman Danville. 

Commerce 
Marketing Research 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Phi Kappa Phi ; Beta Gamma Sigma ; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Iota Epsilon; 
Star Course Manager (2); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1); Commerce Council (4) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Mary Olive Leigh Sparland 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Mathematics 
4-H House 
Torch ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; Alpha Sigma 
Nu; W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); German Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key (3) 









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Ronald Wilbert LEISCH Danville 

Commerce 
Insurance 
Gar- Men 
Accountancy Club; Illini Insurance So- 
ciety; Illini Sportsman's Club 



Shirley Mae Leitzen Kent 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
I Ionic Economics Club 
Alverno College 



Thomas Royal, Leitzen Kent 

Commerce 

Personnel Management 

Captain, Army ROTC; Infantry Club (1, 

2); Pershing Rifles (1, 2, 3, 4); Phalanx 

<:'•, 4) 

Honors Day (1) 



David Bruce Lellinger Naperville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Botany 
Honors Day (2) 



Albert Bernard Lemanski LaSalle 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Kellogg House 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 



Philip Josefh Lembo Oak Park 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Newman Hall 
A.I.A. 

Art Institute, School of Art; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 



Ronald Gene Lenhart Sterling 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 



Khean Nyeak Leong Ipoh, Malaya 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 



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Walter Edmund Leppin Altamont 

Agriculture 
Dairy Science 
Lutheran Foundation Student Council (3) ; 
Agricultural Economics Club; Dairy Pro- 
duction Club; Field and Furrow; Gamma 
Delta 



Bradford Frederick Lescher. . .Chicago 
Physical Education 
Physical Education 

Men's Residence Hall, Addition 3 
Navy Pier Alumni Association ; Physical 
Education Majors Club; Teachers-in-Train- 
ing Club; Future Teachers of America 

Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Football 
Squad (1, 2); Varsity Wrestling Squad 
(2); Varsity Track Squad (2); Letter- 
man's Club (1, 2); Spring Carnival Com- 
mittee (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Allan Edward Levin Lincohucood 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Phi Epsilon Pi 

Campus Chest (3) ; Junior Interfraternity 

Council; Freshman Council; Accountancy 

Club 



George Allan Levin Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Flying Club; I.A.S. ; Illini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202 

Wright Junior College 



Phyllis Levin Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Busey Hall 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Michael Jerry Levine Chicago 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 

Flagg House 
Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau ; Tau Beta Pi; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon; Physics 
Society, President (3) ; Young Democrats 
Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Adele Joyce Levy- Win field 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (2) ; Future Teachers 
of America 



Donald Levy TJrbniut 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
A.I.A. ; I.D.S.A. 

Honors Day (3, 4) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Mary Alice Lewis Hersman 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
McKinley Hall 
Y.W.C.A. (1); House President (4); Mc- 
Kinley Foundation Student Council (3) 



Philip Stuart Lieb. 



. Chicago 



Commerce 
Management 

Flagg House 
University Theatre Crew (4) ; Illini Tradi- 
tions Committee (4) ; Illini Forensic As- 
sociation; Marketing Club; WPGU, Com- 
mercial Manager 

Navy Pier Activities: P.K.D. ; Varsity 
Track; Varsity Tennis; Varsity Debate 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Mark David Lieberman Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Doris Grace Light Pontiac 

Education 
Elementary 
Arbor Suites 
University Chorus (4) ; Future Teachers 
of America 

MacMurray College; University of Wis- 
consin 
















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Tom Roland Liljergren Moline 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Minawa Lodge 
Illini Christian Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) ; 
A. I. A. ; Young Republicans Club 
Honors Day ( 1) 



Jon Leon Liljequist. . . .Mount Prospect 
Engineering 
Mech a a ica I E n ginee ring 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
A.S.M.E. 



Ruth Godfrey Lindahl Morris 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Phi Kappa Phi ; Phi Beta Kappa ; Alpha 
Lambda Delta 

Honors Day (1,2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Norman Roger Lindblad Chicago 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Minawa 
House President (4) ; Illini Christian Fel- 
lowship (2, 3, 4) ; M.I.S. 
North Park College 



Arwin Bruce Lindquist. .Carpentersville 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Canterbury House 
Sigma Tau 
Honors Day (2) 

Northwestern University 



Richard Alvin Lindrooth Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Zeta Psi 

Skull and Crescent; Alpha Kappa Psi: 
The Daily Illini (2, 3) ; Accountancy Club; 
Young Republicans Club 
Bryn Athyn College 



Fred Martin Linkon Centralia 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Zeta Beta Tau 
Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Daily Illini (1, 2, 
3, 4); House President (4); Dolphins (1, 
2); Major, Air Force, ROTC ; Arnold Air 
Society (2) ; Marketing Club 

Walter James Linne Danville 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
The Illio 
Honors Day (2) 



Gerald August Lippold Yorlcville 

Agriculture 

Animal Science 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Y.M.C.A. Committee (3) ; Captain, Air 

Force ROTC; Arnold Air Society (3, 4); 

Agricultural Education Club 



Allen Ira Lipsey Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Premedicine and Chemistry 
Men's Residence Hall Addition 
Omega Beta Pi 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Donald Dennis Lisenby Weldon 

Liberal Aits and Sciences 
Psychology 
Delta Upsilon 
The Illio (1) ; Major Chairman, Fine Arts, 
Illini Union Committee (4) ; Illini Union 
Committee (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1, 2); First Regimental Band (2. 
3) 

Philip Liss Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Tau Delta Phi 
Phi Eta Sigma; Illini Union Committee 
(3) ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Wayne Arthur Little Chicago 

Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
S.I.E.S. 



Robert David Litvan Pittsfield 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Architecture 

Delta Upsilon 

Scarab; Illini Union Committee (1); 

Campus Chest (1, 2); Men's Glee Club 

(2) ; A.I.A. 



Jane Scholastica Liv. .Shanghai, China 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Marymount College 



Thomas Willis Livingston. . Wood Dale 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Phi Kappa Tau 
Shinier College 



George Hugh Loacker Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Design 
Sigma Tau Gamma 
A.I.A. 

Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



Charles Ramon Locke Lincolnwood 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Elizabeth Joann Lockhart. .Wauconda 

Agriculture 

Animal Science 

Evans Hall 

Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club 

Honors Day (1, 2) 



Lawrence Allen Loew Vrbana 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Theta Chi 
Society of Illustrators, President (3) ; 
Men's Glee Club (1); Military Ball Com- 
mittee (3); Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC 












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Commerce 

Beta Theta Pi 
Star Course Manager (2); Y.M.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1); Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4) 



C\icol Ann Loftus Antioch 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Newman Foundation Student Council (1) 



(' u.-ol Joyce Lohrengel Chicago 

Commerce 
Secretarial Training 
Alpha Xi Delta 
lllini Union Committee (1, 2); University 
Theatre Crew (1); Terrapin (3) 



Andrea Jane Lombard Decatur 

Journalism 
Ra,l:n and Television 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Shorter Board; Torch; Theta Sigma Phi; 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); Campus Chest 
(2, 3), Secretary (3); WILL (4); House 
President (4) ; Junior Panhellenic Coun- 
cil (1) 



Charles Ellsworth Long 

Hammond, Indiana 
Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Alpha Chi Rho 
House President (4) ; A. I. A. 

University of Chicago; Colorado State 
College of Education 



Joseph Lord Long Beardstown 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Acacia 
The Illio (1, 2); University Theatre Crew 
(1); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); Petty Offi- 
cer, First Class, NROTC; Young Republi- 
cans Club; Marketing Club 



Alice Ann Longo Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Delta Delta Delta 
Young Republicans Club 
Beloit College 



Robert Joseph Loos Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Chi Gamma Iota; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Gilbert Lorenz, Jr Vtica, New York 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Philosophy 



William James Loughran Pontiac 

Division of Special Services 
Management 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 



Joseph Edmund Louis Dwighi 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
S.A.E.; Newman Foundation Student 
Council (1) 



Henry Lowenthal Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Flagg House 
WPGU (2, 3, 4) ; Sociology Club 



Elizabeth Ann Ludwig Danville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Delta Gamma 
lllini Union Committee (2) ; Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (3); W.A.A. (2, 3); University 
Chorus ( 2 ) ; French Club ; Future Teach- 
ers of America; Young Republicans Club 
MacMurray College 

Barbara Mary Luehring Maywooil 

Education 
Social Studies 
Delta Delta Delta 
Mortar Board; Torch; Shi-Ai ; lllini Union 
Board (4) ; Major Chairman, Stunt Show, 
lllini Union Committee (3); lllini Union 
Council (3, 4) ; lllini Union Committee 
(1, 2, 3) ; Student Senate (4) ; Coordina 
tion Committee (4) ; LAS Council (1, 2) ; 
Gamma Delta 

Robert Edmond Luetj e. .Hamilton, Ohio 
Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Sigma Pi 



James Lit-Meng Canton, China 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Barton House 
Canterbury Student Council Foundation 
(3, 4); Chinese Students Club; Little 
United Nations 
Honors Day (3) 

University of the Philippines 

Jerry - Lee Lundry Canton 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Calhoun Hall 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Sigma Gamma Tau, President (4) ; I.A.S. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Carl Erick Lundstrom Dundee 

Commerce 
Insurance 
Koinonia 
University Baptist Foundation Student 
Council; lllini Insurance Society; Society 
for the Advancement of Management 
Elgin Community College 



Jack Edward Lusk Alton 

Commerce 
Advertising 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Alpha Delta Sigma; lllini Union Commit- 
tee (1) ; Campus Chest (1) ; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (1); House President 
(4) ; Marketing Club 



Marsha Lucine Lusk Lake Zurich. 

Agriculture 

General Home Economics 

Kappa Delta 

The Illio (1); Y.W.C.A. Committee (3); 

Home Economics Club; Future Teachers of 

America 







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IjKSTER Charles Luther. . . .New Lennox 
Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
Accountancy Club; S.I.E.S. 
Joliet Junior College 



John Hector Mackenzie Joliet 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
A.I.Ch.E.; A.S.M.E. 
Joliet Junior College 



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Chit Lwin Moulmein , Burma 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

University of Rangoon 



Yan Naing Lwin Rangoon, Burma 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (4); German Club; 
Physics Society 

University of Rangoon 



Delbert Stephen Lyle Newark 

Agriculture 

.1 griculture Law 

Phi Sigma Kappa 

Ulini Union Committee (3); Freshman 

Varsity Baseball Squad ; Military Ball 

Committee (2); Junior Bar Association 



Douglas Craig Lynch Granville 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Economics 
Son's Home 
Agricultural Economics Club 
Illinois State Normal University 



William Darrow Lyon Harvey 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Delta Chi 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3, 4) ; First 
Regimental Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Ensign, 
NROTC 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Richard Joseph Lyons LaSalle 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Theta Kappa Phi 
Illi-Knights; Marketing Club; Spanish 
Club; Young Democrats Club 

LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 



Elaine Carol Macintyre. . .River Forest 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Kappa Delta Pi 

Florida Southern College 



David Walter Mack Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Newman Hall 
Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad ; Cyclo- 
them Club 



David Bard Mackay Mt. Carroll 

Veterinary Medicine 

Veterinary Medicine 
Omega Tau Sigma; Student Veterinary 
Medical Association 
North Central College 



Myrna Loraine Mackey Waulcegan 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Teacher Training in Speech 

Lincoln Avenue Residence Hal! 

Zeta Phi Eta; University Theatre Cast <:t. 

4); University Theatre Crew (1, 2); Sno- 

Ball Committee (3) 



Bukord Arnold Macklin 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Kappa Alpha Psi 
Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Infantry Club 
(3) ; Phalanx (3) 



Joyce Ann Maclin Decatiu 

Education 

Elementary E ducat ion 

Delta Sigma Theta 

W.A.A. (3, 4); Orchesis: Teachers in 

Training Club; Future Teachers of Amer 

ica ; Young Republicans Club 

Tennessee Agricultural and Industrial 
State University 

James Stanley Madary Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Navy Pier Alumni Association; Physical 
Education Majors Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Donna Jean Maddox Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Future Teachers of America 
Knox College 



Philip Peter Madonia 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 



Springfield 



Daniel Magana Chicago 

Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
Noble House 
Orchesis (2) ; Spanish Club (4) 

Herzl Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



John Joseph Maginot, Jr.. .Calumet City 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Illini Campus Ainvets 

Post No. 202 

Thornton Junior College 



Martin Lynn Maguet Decatui 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Delta Tau Delta 
Ma-Wan-Da ; Star Course Manager ( 1 ) ; 
Tribe of Illini (4) ; Intramural Manager 
(2, 3) ; Senior Intramural Manager (4) ; 
Athletic Council (4) ; Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); American 
Recreational Society U. of I. Student Chap- 
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Commerce 
Mini, eting 
Mortem Junior College 



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Patrick Edmund Mahoney Chicago 

Commerce 

Markl iting 
Phi Kappa 
Skull and Crescent; Alpha Kappa Psi; 
Commerce Council (3, 4) ; Marketing Club 



Harry Don Main AUona 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Agriculture Economics Club ; Field and 
Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club 
Western Illinois University 



Gerald Orville Maki Waukegan 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Second Regimental Band ; A.S.C.E. 



Joan Ann Makoutz Sholcie 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correct inn 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Newman Foundation Student Council (3, 
4) 

Marquette University ; Northwestern Uni- 
versity; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 

Robert Eugene Malherek Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



George Joseph Malina Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Barton House 
Engineering Council (4); A.S.C.E.; 
I.T.E.; Mu-San; St. Pats Ball Committee 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Don Joseph Malinowski Lockport 

Commerce 
Economics 
Newman Hall 
Finance Club; Illini Insurance Society; 
Marketing Club ; Rho Epsilon ; Society for 
the Advancement of Management 
Joliet Junior College 



Jerome David Maller. . Washington, D.C. 
Commerce 
Accountanc y 
Illini Union Committee (1); Accountancy 
Club; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 



Richard Anthony Malone Peoria 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Pershing Rifles (1, 2); Marketing Club 



Thomas Joseph Malthaner. . .Rockford 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E.; I.T.E. 

Illinois Institute of Technology 



Barbara Claire Mal vin. .. .Lincolnwood 
Physical Education 
Recreation 
Laurel House 

llillel Foundation Student Council (4); 

American Recreational Society U. of I. 

Student Chapter 

Navy Pier Activities: Orchesis (1, 2) 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 

of Illinois 

Fvi.is Joy Mandell Pontiac 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Sigma Delta Tau 
Shorter Board; Torch; The Illio (1, 2, 3), 
Associate Editor (4) ; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1); Ullini Traditions Committee 
(3, 4) 



Evans Roy Mank Belleville 

Division of Special Services 
Marketing 
Phi Delta Theta 
House President (4) ; Illini Insurance So- 
ciety 

Belleville Junior College 



Jane Redfield Mank a Richmond 

Commerce 
Secret/trial Training 
Kappa Delta 
The Daily Illini (3); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (4) 

Lawrence College 



David Bamberger Marblestone 

Tai/lorville 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Zeta Beta Tau 
Ma-Wan-Da; Phi Kappa Phi; Student 
Senate (2, 3, 4), President (4) ; Committee 
on Student Affairs (3, 4) ; Coordination 
Committee (3) ; N.S.A. Senate Subcom- 
mittee (3, 4); Major, Army ROTC ; Pha- 
lanx (3, 4) 
Honors Day (3) 
Knox College 

Marylee Marbry Robins, in 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Gamma Phi Beta 
The Daily Illini (1, 2) ; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1); University Theatre Crew (1): 
Student Senate (3, 4) ; Concert and Enter- 
tainment Board (3) 

Joseph William Marchello. . .Coal City 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Newman Hall 

A.S.M.E.; S.A.E., President (4); St. Pat's 

Ball Committee 



John Robert Marchetti Springfield 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Theta Kappa Phi 
Star and Scroll ; Junior Interfraternity 
Council (2) ; House President (4) ; Intra- 
mural Manager (3) ; Engineering Council 
(3) ; A.S.M.E.; Illini Campus Amvets Post 
No. 202; Marketing Club; Young Repub- 
licans Club; I.S.G.E. 



Marion Francis Makek... 
Commerce 
Accountancij 
Honors Day (1) 



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Norman Erwin Margolin Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Zeta Beta Tau 
Wa-Na-See; Sachem; Beta Alpha Psi; In- 
tramural Manager (2, 3, 4) ; Senior IM- 
Rec Manager (4) ; IM Rec Board (2. 3, 
4); Major, Army ROTC ; Ordnance Club 
(3) ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1) 

Leonard Marind Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Illini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202; Marketing Club; Society for 
the Advancement of Management; Young 
Democrats Club 

Wright Junior College; Loyola Univer- 
sity 

Ronald William Maris Urbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Philosophy 
Beta Theta Pi 
Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Y.M.C.A. Board of 
Directors, President (4) ; Y.M.C.A. Cabi- 
net (3); Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); Campus 
Chest (3); Tribe of Illini (2, 3, 4); Var- 
sity Track Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 
4) ; Freshman Varsity Track Squad; Fresh- 
man Varsity Basketball Squad (1); 
Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory 
Board (3) 

Jo Ann Markland Champaign 

Education 
Speech 

Alpha Chi Omega 
University Theatre Manager (1, 2) ; Uni- 
versity Theatre Cast (1); University Thea- 
tre Crew (1, 2) ; Star Course Manager 
(1); Freshman Council; N.S.A. Senate 
Subcommittee (1); Orchesis (1, 2, 3); 
Freshman Week Committee (1) 
Honors Day (1) 

LTniversity of Hawaii 

Melvyn B. Markon Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Tau Delta Phi 
Junior Interfraternity Council (1) ; Ac- 
countancy Club 



David Alan Marks Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Scarab; A. I. A.; Rho Epsilon 

University of Texas ; Monterrey Tech- 
nological Institute of Superior Studies; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

John Firth Marquis St. Charles 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Gar-Men 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



Richard Louis Marshall 

Worchester, Massachusetts 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

Indiana Technical College 



Jolanta Bozenna Marszalk. . .Evanston 
Commerce 
Statistical Economics 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Northwestern University; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Stanley Charles Marszalk ... Evanston 
Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
I.A.S. 

Northern Polytechnic; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Harold Francis Marthinsen. . .Chicago 
Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Engineering Council (4) 

Navy Pier Activities: I.A.S. , President 
(2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Jambs Thomas Martin Ringwood 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Noble House 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Gamma 
Tau, President (3) ; House President (3) ; 
I.A.S., President (4) 
Honors Day (3) 
Wilmington College 

Karen Lois Martin Hoopeston 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Illini Union Committee (2) ; Star Course 
Manager (1) ; W.A.A. (1) ; Cheerleader (3, 
4); Terrapin (1); American Recreational 
Society U. of I. Student Chapter 

Lila Katherine Martin Toluca 

Education 
Education of Mentally Handicapped 
Palamar 
Honors Day (1) 



Roger Esmond Martin Mt. Morris 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Phi Kappa Tau 
Star and Scroll 



Nancie Joy Masor Chicago 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Sigma Delta Tau 
The Daily Illini (1, 2) ; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1, 2); Campus Chest (3); W.A.A. 
(2); Orchesis (1, 2); American Recrea- 
tional Society U. of I. Student Chapter; 
Physical Education Majors Club 



Mvynard Lee Massa Alton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Wikia 
French Club 



Richard Stanley Mateja Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Four Columns 
The Daily Illini (4) ; University Theatre 
Crew (4) 

Wilson Junior College, Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



William John Matheson, Jr.. . .Chicago 
Division of Special Services 
Zoology 
Wright Junior College, Brigham Young 
University 



Richard Dale Mathews Huntley 

Agriculture 
Dairy Husbandry 
Tara Hall 
House President (2, 3) ; Agricultural 
Council (4) ; Dairy Production Club Presi- 
dent (4) 










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Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Physiology 
Evans Hall 

W en's Glee Club (2, 3); Terrapin (2, 

3, 4); Illini Christian Fellowship (2, 3, 4) 
Purdue University 



John Richard Matthews. . . .Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

History 

Alpha Kappa Lambda 

V.M.C.A. Board of Directors (3); Y.M. 

C.A. Cabinet (3) 



William Charles Mavity Peoria 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Triangle 
Star and Scroll; Sigma Tau ; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Student Senate (3, 4); Men's Glee 
Club (2, 3); Oratorio Society (1, 2); Dis- 
ciples Foundation Student Council (1, 2, 
3, 4), President (3) ; Engineering Coun- 
cil (3) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Loren Robert M\xey Freeport 

Agriculture 

Mechanization 

Engineering Council (2, 3) : Agricultural 

Economics Club; Agriculture Education 

Club; A.S.A.E. 

Illinois State Normal University 



Donald Mitchell May Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Theta Xi 
Phi Epsilon Kappa ; Swimming Freshman 
Varsity Squad; Track Freshman Varsity 
Squad; Dolphins (4); Gamma Delia; Phy- 
sical Education Majors Club 

Wright Junior College; Roosevelt Uni- 
versity 

Carol Lee McAdoo Peoria 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Pi Beta Phi 
Illini Union Committee (2): Universit> 
Theatre Crew (2); Student Senate (2) 
Pine Manor Junior College 



Richard Arnold McCandless 

Dcs Plaine* 
Commerce 
Sales and Advertising Management 
Marketing Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the Universitj 
of Illinois 



Francis McCann Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 

Wilson Junior College 



Patricia Ann McCartney .. White Heath 

Agriculture 

Hume Economics 

4-H House 

Alpha Chron ; Gamma Alpha Chi; Illini 

Union Committee (2) ; W.G-.S. Executive 

Council (2, 3, 4); S.N.I.B. (3); Sno-Ball 

Committee (3, 4); Home Economics Club 

William Bruce McCartney. . Homeirood 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Exmoor 
Chi Gamma Iota; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa 
Nu; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Wilson Junior College; Illinois Institute 
of Technology 



Jack Lee McCaskey Canton 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 

Western Illinois State College 



Charles Ell\rd McClellan Moline 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Newman Hall 
Phi Eta Sigma ; Beta Alpha Psi ; Sigma 
Tola Epsilon 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



John Philip McClure Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 

Acacia 
Sigma Tau; Student Senate (4) ; Engineer- 
ing Council (3, 4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; 
Gamma Delta 
Honors Day (1. 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

D \nnel McCollum Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political .Science 
Alpha Delta Phi 
Wrestling, Varsity Squad; Captain, Army 
ROTC ; Society of American Military Engi- 
neers 



Jean Alice McConochie Glen Ellyn 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

English L terature 

Cedar Hall 

Student Senate (4) ; N.S.A. Senate Sub- 

committee (4); WILL TV (4); WPGU 

i4l ; LAS Council (3, 4) 

Milwaukee- Downer College; DePauw 
University 

Phyllis Ann McCormick Ottawa 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Evans Hall 
Newman Foundation Student Council ( 3. 
4) ; Home Economics Club 
Northern Illinois University 



Richard Francis McCrary. . .Glen Ellyn 

Commerce 

Management 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Star and Scroll; House President (3); 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Scabbard 
and Blade (3, 4) 



Marvin Lee Roy McDonald. .Shelbyville 
Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Hli-Dell 
Y.M. C.A. Committee (2) ; House Presi- 
dent (4); S.N.I.B. (3); Agricultural 
Council (2, 3, 4); AIl-Ag Field Day Com- 
mittee (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Agricultural Educa- 
tion Club; Dairy Production Club; Field 
and Furrow ; Horticulture Club 



Richard Keirs McDonald 

Engineering 
Media nical Enginee ri n g 

S.A.E. 



.Dwight 



Russell Neil McDonald Arthur 

Commerce 
/ « dust rial Ad mi nisi ratio n 
Phi Gamma Delta 
Football Marching Band (2); First Regi- 
mental Band (2) ; Second Regimental 
Band (1); Society for the Advancement 
of Management 





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Thomas Michael McDonald 

Northbrook 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Illini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202; Society for the Advancement 
of Management 
Maryknoll College 



Donald Capen McEltresH. ■ Palos Parle 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Sigma Tau Gamma 
A.I.A. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



John Ellsworth McGaughey 

Lavrenceville 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Alpha Tau Omega 

Duke University; Vincennes University; 
Illinois Institute of Technology 



Wayne Earl McGee Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Varsity Squad Baseball (2, 3); Freshman 
Varsity Baseball Squad ; Freshman Varsity 
Basketball Squad; Physical Education Ma- 
jors Club 
Honor's Day (1) 



Barbara Estelle McGill Riverside 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Honors Day (1) 



Gurald Edward McGinnis Ottawa 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Tau Sigma: A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 
fiaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 



Frank Matthew McGrail Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Granada Club 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Activities: Engineering Coun- 
cil (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
"f Illinois 



Kenneth Meklyn McKee Tama 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Farm House 
Ma-Wan-Da; Star and Scroll; Campus 
Chest (1) ; Junior Interfraternity Coun- 
cil; Football Manager (1, 2, 3, 4); Senior 
Football Manager (4); S.N.I.B. (3); 
Athletic Council (4) ; First Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC ; Dairy Production Club; 
Field and Furrow ; Hoof and Horn Club 

Shirley Joann McKee Effingham 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Phi Upsilon Omicron ; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (3); 
W.A.A. (1); Freshman Council (1); 
S.N.I.B. (3, 4); Home Economics Club 
Honors Day (3) 

Chloe Ann McKeever Vrbana 

Education 
Elementary Education 
University Theatre Crew (1) ; Spanish 
Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



William Warren McKeever . . . . Chica go 
Division of Special Services 
Histo ry 
Young Democrats Club 

Navy Pier Activities : Commerce Club 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Nancy Jean McKinney Elmhursl 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Star and Scroll Queen (3) 
Marquette University 



Robert Eugene McKinney. .White Hall 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club 
Illinois College 



Robert Wayne McKown 

Western Springs 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Varsity Track Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2. 
3, 4) ; Freshman Varsity Track Squad ; 
Tribe of Illini (2, 3, 4) 



Liberal Arts and Sciences 


William Homer McLaughlin, 


Jr. 
Chicag 


Geology 
Delta Chi 
LAS Council (2, 3); Cyclothem Club, 
President (4) ; Anthropology Club 


Commerce 
Accountancy 
University of Omaha 




Cornell University 







Jane McGrew Elmhursl 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Young Republicans Club 
Lawrence College 



Thomas Joseph McGuire. 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Newman Hall 
Accountancy Club 

Wilson Junior College 



. Chicago 



William Lee McLenahan Freeport 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Chi Gamma Iota ; Phi Eta Sigma ; 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; A.S.M.E.; Illini Campus 
Amvets Post No. 202 
Honors Day (1) 



Bonnie Louise McManus Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Physiology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Delta Sigma Omicron ; Spanish Club 
Honors Day (2) 



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Daniel John McNabb Joliet 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Roojah 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; University Chorus 
(3, i); Men's Glee Club (3, 4) ; McKinley 
Foundation Student Council (4) ; Young 
Republicans Club 
Joliet Junior College 

Carl Ernest McNair Lena 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Wesmen 
Tomahawk; House President (3) ; Mini 
Christian Fellowship (2, 3, 4) 
Honors Day (2) 



James Votaw McNair Lena 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Wesmen 
House President (3) ; Wesley Foundation 
Student Council (2) ; Rho Epsilon 



Lowell Landon McNaught. . . . Waverly 
Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Chi Psi 
Agricultural Economics Club 



Sharon Kathryn McNerney 

Indianapolis, Indiana 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Alpha Epsilon Delta; Army ROTC Sponsor 
(3) 

Purdue University 



Harvey Norman Medvin Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Clark House 
Accountancy Club ; Navy Pier Alumni 
Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Marvin Francis Meissen Durand 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Phi Eta Sigma ; Lieutenant Colonel, Army 
ROTC; Military Council (4); Pershing 
Rifles (2); Field and Furrow 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



William Robert Meisterlino 

Prospect II eights 
Journalism 
Advertising 
Tail Kappa Epsilon 
Mini Union Committee (2) ; Y.W.CA. 
Committee ( 1 ) ; Junior Interfraternity 
Council (1); Interfraternity Executive 
Council (3) ; A.I.A. 

Renee Kugler Mell Chicago 

Education 
Eyiglish and Speech 
Zeta Phi Eta; Orchesis (2, 3); Young 
Democrats Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Susie Minnie Arlene Melton 

Kill wood 
Agriculture 
Home Economics 
4-H House 
Home Economics Club 

Western Illinois State University 



Mitchell Jay Meltzer Skokie 

Commerce 

Finance 
Sigma Alpha Mu 
Senior Ball Committee (1); Finance Club; 
Mini Insurance Society; Rho Epsilon 



Marlene Joyce Mendelsohn. . .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Studies 
Arbor Suites 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois ; Wilson Junior College ; Univer- 
sity of California 



Lois Merritt Chicago Heights 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Alpha Kappa Alpha 
University Theatre Cast (3, 4) ; Spring 
Musical Cast (4) ; University Theatre Crew 
(3, 4); W.A.A. (1); Women's Glee Club 
(1) ; Oratorio Society (3, 4) ; Orchesis (1) 



Judib Marilyn Meyer. .Munster, Indiana 
Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Purdue University 



Orralee Meyer Decatur 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Sigma Kappa 
Torch ; Kappa Delta Pi ; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; University Theatre Crew (1, 2, 3. 
4) ; Y.W.CA. Cabinet (2, 3, 4) ; Y.W. 
C.A. Committee (1); Gamma Delta 
Honors Day ( 1) 

William Henry- Meyer Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Architectural Design 

Gargoyle; Phi Eta Sigma; Scarab; A.I.A. 

Honors Day (3) ; University of Illinois 

Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Robert Morris Mkyerovitz Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Premedicine 
Phi Sigma Delta 
Omega Beta Pi 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



William John Mey-ers Streatoi 

Commerce 
Management 
Mini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; Mini 
Forensic Association; Marketing Club: 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 



Joan Judith Michals Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 

Vanlig 
House President (3) ; Orchesis (2) ; 
French Club; Future Teachers of America 

Navy Pier Activities : Pier Playhouse 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

William H. Michel Rushville 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
I.D.S.A. 

St. Ambrose College 




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JOHN Norman MiddletON Vrbana 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A..S.M.E.; S.A.E. 
Honors Day (2) 



Richard John Mielcarz 

Chicago Heights 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Newman Hall 
Accountancy Club; Illi-Knights; Market- 
ing Club 

Thornton Junior College 



Robert Wayne Mietz Joliet 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Cagle Hall 
Joliet Junior College 



Sheldon Paul MlGDAX Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Tau Epsilon Phi 
Junior Interfraternity Council; Hillel 
Foundation Student Council (3); Account- 
ancy Club; Society for the Advancement of 
Management; Young Democrats Club 
Honors Day (1) 

De Paul University ; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 

Helen Virginia Migely Chicago 

Education 
Education of Mentally Handicapped 

Chilli re a 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Illini Union Committee (1) ; Y.M.C.A. Com- 
mittee (2); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2, 3); 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); Freshman Week 
Committee (3) 

Henry; Sbdwick Miiller Wilmette 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
University Theatre Crew (2) ; Armed 
Forces Amateur Radio Club (3, 4) ; Presi- 
dent (3); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Synton 
Honors Day (3) 

Illinois Institute of Technology 

Joan Stanley Miiller Wilmette 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Sigma Kappa 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2) ; University 
Theatre Crew (1) ; Spanish Club 



Gloria Rose Mikuta Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Busey Hall 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Campus Chest (1, 2); W.A.A. (2, 3); 
W.G.S. Executive Council (4) ; University 
Chorus (1, 2); Orchesis (1); Campus 
Chest Allocations and Advisory Board (1, 
2) ; Concert and Entertainment Board (3) ; 
Fine and Applied Arts Council (4) ; Sno- 
Ball Committee (2) ; Home Economics 
Club; Future Teachers of America 

Italo John Milani Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Architecture 

Scarab ; Fine and Applied Arts Council 

(4); A.I.A., President (5); A.I.Ch.E., 

President (4). 

Navy Pier Activities: A. I. A. 
Loyola University; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



Bernard Leon Miller. . . . 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1) 



.Streator 



Darrell Alvin Miller Lincoln 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculture 
Agricultural Economics Club; Agricultural 
Education Club; Field and Furrow 
Honors Day (3) 



Judith May' Miller Chicago 

Education 
Ele m enta ry Education 

Theta Upsilon 
Illini Union Committee (3, 4) ; University 
Theatre Crew (2); House President (4): 
McKinley Foundation Student Council (2) ; 
Panhellenic Ball Committee (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Marie Meyers Miller Mt. Sterling 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Phi Upsilon Omicron; S.N. LB. (3); Home 
Economics Club 



Ronald Frank Miller Elgin 

Journalism 
Hadio and Television 
Sigma Delta Chi; WILL (4) 
Elgin Community College 



Sally Mae Miller Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Rhetoric 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Psi Chi; W.P.G.U. (3) 



Theodore Marshall Miller. .. .Morton 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (2) 



James Commodore Mills Greenville 

Agriculture 
Dairy Science 
Greenville College 



Marvin David Mills Chicago 

Commerce 
Commerce and Law 
Barton House 
Junior Bar Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Clark Mills Belvidere 

Education 
Social Studies 
Granada Club 
A.I. A. 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Frank Abbott Millspaugh Dolton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Newman Hall 
Ma-Wan-Da; Illini Union Board (3); 
Campus Chest (3) ; M.I. A. Executive Coun 
cil (3) ; Student Senate (3, 4) ; Committee 
on Student Affairs (4) ; Coordination Com- 
mittee (4) ; N.S.A. Senate Subcommittee 
(3, 4) ; Newman Foundation Student Coun- 
cil (3, 4) ; Campus Chest Allocations and 
Advisory Board (3); The Daily Illini (4) 









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Lois Minute Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Biology 

Busey Hall 
Shorter Board ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; New- 
man Foundation Student Council (2, 3, 4) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Wright Junior College; Roosevelt Uni- 
versity; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 

Joseph Francis Mirabella . . . . Wheaton 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Newman Hall 
Freshman Varsity Football Squad ; Fresh- 
man Varsity Baseball Squad ; Flying Club 



Rt'TH Ann Miskovsky Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
T-Donns 
Phi Kappa Phi ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; 
Mini Union Committee (1); University 
Theatre Crew (3); W.A.A. (1); Young 
Democrats Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Barbara Louise Mitacek Lyons 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 

Busey Hall 

W.A.A. Board (3); W.A.A. (2, 3, 4); 

Terrapin (2, 3, 4); Physical Education 

Majors Club 

Morton Junior College 



James Florice Mitchel Charleston 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Theta Delta Chi 
Eastern Illinois University 



Ann F. Mitchell Granite City 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Delta Gamma 
Shi-Ai; Mini Union Committee (2, 3, 4) 



Carole Ann Mitchell Birds 

Agriculture 

Home Economics 

Gamma Phi Beta 

University Theatre Crew (1); Campus 

Chest (1) ; Plowboy Prom Committee (3) ; 

Home Economics Club 



Carolyn Joyce Mitchell. . . .Champaign 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Music 
University Sinfonietta (1, 2, 3, 4); Uni- 
versity Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4); Women's 
Glee Club (1) 



Freddie Marie Mitchell Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Delta Sigma Theta 
Mortar Board; Alpha Sigma Nu ; W.S.A. 
Board (3, 4), President (4); W.S.A. (1, 
2) ; House President (4) ; Student Senate 
(2, 4); Physical Education Majors Club 
Honors Day (2) 



Howard Allen Mitchell 

La Grange Park 
Engineering 
I nd ust rial Engineering 
Chi Phi 
A..F.S. 



Sara Mitchell Alton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Sigma Sigma Sigma 
Shorter Board ; Torch ; Alpha Chron ; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; The Daily Mini (1, 
2, 3. 4) ; House President (3) 
Honors Day (1) 



Sara Hartford Mitchexer Peoria 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
French 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Mortar Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Panhellenic 
Executive Council, President (4) ; Pan- 
hellenic-W.G.S. Coordinating Committee (2, 
3, 4) ; Freshman Council (1) 
Honors Day ( 1) 

Richard Miura Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Barton House 
Honors Day (3) 



Lowell Thompson Mize Belleville 

Education 
Mathematics 
Delta Phi 
Star and Scroll ; Mini Union Committee 
(2, 3) ; Future Teachers of America 



John Martin Mizialko. . . 
Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Wright Junior College 



. Chicago 



Gilbert Charles Mochel, Jr. 

Downers Grove 
Commerce 
Insurance and Finance 
Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi ; 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); Commerce Coun- 
cil (3, 4) ; Mini Insurance Society, Presi- 
dent (3) 

Honors Day (1, 2. 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

George Eugene Moeller Nolcomis 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
The Illio ; Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad 
Honors Day (2) 



Ronald Paul Moeller Addison 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Knight Club 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Ronald Honce Mohr B roadlands 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Men's Glee Club (1, 2) ; Field and Furrow; 
Hoof and Horn Club 



Robert Keith Mohrman Quincy 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Alpha Zeta; Freshman Varsity Wrestling 
Squad; Senior Wrestling Manager (4); 
Wrestling Manager (2, 3); S.N.I.B. (3); 
All-Ag Field Day Committee (2, 3, 4): 
Athletic Council (4) ; Plowboy Prom Com- 
mittee (2, 3) ; Hoof and Horn Club 
Honors Day (1) 













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Jeremiah Robert MolI/Bnhaxtbr . Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Architecture 

Flagg House 

Captain, Army ROTC; Phalanx; Society of 

American Military Engineers, President 

.li: A.l.A. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Eugene Richard Monahan. . . .Divernon 

Division of Special Services 

Accountancy 

Accountancy Club ; Illini Campus Amvets 

Post No. 202; Marketing Club 



Aubrey Eugene Monson Hampton 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
r.S.G.E. 



JOE Sheldon Montgomery 

Biloxi, Mississippi 
Division of Special Services 
Electrical Engineering 
Florida Southern 



P mii, Joseph Montino Melrose Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Prelaw 
Cornell College 



Carolyn Joyce Moody Erie 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Presby Hall 
Phi Upsilon Omicron; McKinley Founda- 
tion Student Council (2, 3); Plowboy 
Prom Committee (2, 4) ; Home Economics 
Club 



Sabkis Leon Mooradian 

North Attleboro, Massachusetts 
Division of Special Service 
Personnel Management 
University Religious Council (2) ; Society 
for the Advancement of Management; Ar- 
menian Students Club 

Boston University ; Northeastern Univer- 
sity; Latin American Institute; Brown 
University 

David John Moore Danville 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Tribe of Illini; Varsity Wrestling Squad 
(3, 4), Letter (3, 4) 



Dorothy Jane Moore Galesburg 

Education 
Education of the Mentally Handicapped 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Shorter Board ; Torch ; Shi-Ai ; Kappa 
Delta Pi; The Daily Illini (1, 2); Illini 
Union Committee (1); Student Senate (2, 
3, 4) ; Young Republicans Club 



Nancy' Eleanor Moore Peoria 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geography 
Leeman Lodge 
Cyclothem Club 



Shirley Rae Moore Oakland 

Journalism 

A advertising 
Pi Beta Phi 
Shorter Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Gamma 
Alpha Chi; The Daily Illini (1, 2, 3); 
Illini Union Board (3, 4) ; Major Chair- 
man International Programs Illini Union 
Committee (3); Illini Union Council (3, 
4); Star Course Manager (1); Illini 
Forensic Association ; Association of In- 
ternational Students 

Sikan Meservey Moore 

Alexandria, Virginia 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Phi Alpha Theta ; Illini Union Committee 
(1); House President (4) 
Honors Day (1) 

Thomas Garfield Moore .... Pin-;.- Ridge 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 

Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily Illini (1); 

The Hlio (1, 2); Junior Interfraternitv 

Council (2) ; Marketing Club 



AlAin ix Glenn Moose Aubur 

Agriculture 
Vocational .1 gricvlture 

Agricultural Education Club 
Southern Illinois University 



Clark Edwin Morris Harmon 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculture 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Alpha Tau Alpha ; University Theatre Crew 
(4); Y.M.CA. Committee (1, 2, 4); Sec- 
ond Regimental Band (1, 2); University 
Chorus (1); Illini Christian Fellowship 
(4) ; Second Lieutenant, Air Force ROTC; 
Arnold Air Society (3); Agricultural Edu- 
cation Club ; Agriculture Club ; Dairy Pro- 
duction Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Rural 
Life Club; Theater Workshop Cast (4) 

Jan Lou Morris Tuscola 

Physical Education 
Recreation 

Alpha Chi Omega 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); Campus Chest 
(2); W.A.A. (2); N.S.A. Senate Subcom- 
mittee (3, 4) ; Illigreek (3) ; Panhellenic 
Ball Committee (2) ; Senior Ball Com- 
mittee ; American Recreational Society U. 
of I. Student Chapter ; Physical Education 
Majors Club 
Honors Day (3) 

Illinois State Normal University 

Lawrence Edward Morrissey Joliet 

Commerce 
Management — Marketing 
Newman Hall 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Marketing Club ; Society 
for the Advancement of Management 

Mary' Annette Morrison Princeton 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Delta 
Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (4) ; Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1, 2, 3); House President (4) 



Harold Homer Morse, Jr Dwight 

Journalism 
Editorial 
907 Club 
House President (4); WILL 

Southeast Missouri State College 



John Eugene Morse Grayslake 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Phi Delta 
Second Regimental Band (1, 2) ; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. ; Society for the Advancement of 
Management; Synton; Young Republicans 
Club 










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Physical Education 
Physical Education 
i [oste 1 [ouse 
W.A.A. (3, I): Physical Education Majors 
Club, President (4) 

Navy Pier Activities: Orchesis (2) 
Navy Pier Extension of the Universitj 
of Ellinois 

(ii-.i; \ld Lee Moser Elgin 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Sigma Nu 
The Illio (1) ; Marketing Club; Society for 
the Advancement of Management 



William Gordon Motzer. . . .ML Vernon 
Division of Special Serving 
History 
McKendree College; McNeese State Col- 
lege 



Ermett Theodore Mueller. . . . Waterloo 

Engineering 

Aeronautical Engineering 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

Junior Interfraternity Council; Oratorio 

Society (1, 2); Ensign, NROTC ; I.A.S. 



i \ m es Scott Mueller 

South Fort Mitchell, Kentucky 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Psi Upsilon 
Tribe of Illini (4) ; Senior Swimming 
Manager (4) ; Swimming Manager (2, 3) ; 
Dolphins (2, 3, 4) 



Earl Burnell Muir Johnston City 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. 
Southern Illinois University 



Lee Edward Muir Coal City 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Geogra/ih i/ 
Citidel 
House President (3) 
Joliet Junior College 



Jacqttelyn M\rie Mullane. . . .Belleville 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Pi Kappa Sigma 
Illini Union Committee (4) ; Wesley Foun- 
dation Student Council (4) 

Lindenwood College; Belleville Junior 
College 

Merle Leroy Mulvaney Taylorville 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Farm House 
Freshman Varsity Track Squad; Fresh- 
man Varsity Cross Country Squad; S.N. 
I.B. (2, 3); WILL (3); Agricultural 
Conned (3, 4) ; All-Ag Field Day Com- 
mittee (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Military Ball Com- 
mittee (3, 4) ; Plowboy Prom Committee 
(1, 2, 3, 4), Chairman (3); Second Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC ; Alpha Kho Tau (2, 
3) ; Scabbard and Blade (3, 4) ; Field and 
Furrow, President (3, 4); Hoof and Horn 
Club; Illini Sportmau's Club; Ritie and 
.fistol Club 

Robert C. Munnecke Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Philosophy 
Beta Theta Pi 
Phi Eta Sigma; Illini Union Committee 
(2) ; Star Course Manager (1, 2) ; Campus 
Chest (2) ; N.S.A. Senate Subcommittee 
(2) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Esther Kiyoko Muraokv Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
T- Dorms 
University Theatre Crew (3, 4) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Ruth Emiko Muraoka Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
T-Dorms 
University Theatre Crew (3, 4); Campus 
Chest (4) ; Home Economics Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Charles Joseph Murphy. .. .Momewood 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Triangle 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



James Edward Murphy Belleville 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Sigma Delta Chi ; M.I. A. Executive Coun- 
cil (3) 

Belleville Junior College 



Michael James Murphy 

Jersey City, New Jersen 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Alpha Theta; German 
Club; Future Teachers of America; Young 
Democrats Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Shabron Wolper Murray' Pekin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Zeta Phi Eta; Illini Union 
Committee (2) ; University Theatre Cast 
(3); University Theatre Crew (1); Y.W. 
C.A. Committee (1); W.G.S. Executive 
Council (2); Student Senate (2); Illini 
Christian Fellowship (1) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key (3) 

William Ralph Muther Wilmette 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Alpha Tau Omega 

Wa-Na-See; Sachem; Tribe of Illini (2, 

3) ; Wrestling Varsity Squad (2, 3) ; 

Wrestling Letter (2, 3) ; Marketing Club 



Bernard Aloysius Naborowski. .Chicago 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Newman Hall 
Accountancy Club 

Wilson Junior College; Loyola Univer- 
sity 



Frederick Donald Naegele 

Indianapolis, Indiana 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Varsity Golf Squad (2, 3, 4); Freshman 
Varsity Golf Squad; A. LA. 



Edward Fillmore Nagel Elmhurst 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (3); Y.M.C.A. Coin 

mittee (1, 2) ; Second Regimental Band 

(1, 2) ; Marketing Club 














Helen Frances Nass Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Social Studies 
Busey Hall 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini (1) 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Laurance Paul Nathan Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
Beta Alpha Psi ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Dorothy Lynn Natho Chester 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Delta Delta Delta 
Illini Union Committee (4) ; Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (3) ; Terrapin (3) 
Lindenwood College 



Virginia Lee Naylor Quincy 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Vanlig 
Young Republicans Club 
Park College 



Standley James Naysmith 

Evansvillc, Wisconsin 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Flagg House 
House President (3) ; A. LA. 
University of Wisconsin 



John William Neburka LaG range 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Armory House 
House President (4) ; Illini Christian Fel- 
lowship (2) ; Sociology Club 

Lyons Township Junior College ; Whea- 
ton College 



John Nedelk ■ • Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Engineering Council (1) ; I.A.S. 

Navy Pier Activities: Engineering Coun- 
cil (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Carl David Nelson Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Studio Club 
A.S.M.E.; SA.E. 

Illinois Institute of Technology ; Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



Donald Keith Nelson Forest Park 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Donald Gilbert Nelson Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Dwight Herbert Nelson Altona 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Extension 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Agriculture Club ; Hoof and Horn Club ; 
Agriculture Extension Club 
Iowa State College 



J. Craig Nelson Mattoon 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Sigma Pi 
Sigma Delta Chi ; Illini Insurance Society 
Eastern Illinois State University 



Marjorie Ann Nelson Aurora 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Evans Hall 
Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Kappa Lambda; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Sigma Alpha Iota; Univer- 
sity Orchestra (1, 2) ; Women's Glee Club 
(1); Delta Sigma Omicron 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Ralph Frederic Nelson 

Beverly, Massachusetts 

Division of Special Services 

Speech 

Alpha Eta Rho; University Theatre Cast 

(3); M.I. A. Executive Council; Flying 

Club 



Wilbir Eugene Nelson Cambridge 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Interfraternity Council (2, 3) ; S.N.I.B. 
(3, 4); Agricultural Council (3); All-Ag 
Field Day Committee (3); Greek Week 
Committee (2) ; Plowbov Prom Committee 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Agriculture Club; Hoof and 
Horn Club; Illini Sportsman's Club 

Richard Bryant Nev Quincy 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Phi Gamma Delta 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Finance 
Club 

University of Iowa 



Lester Wayne Newberry, Jr. . .Glenview 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Sigma Phi Delta 
Intramural Manager (4) ; Major, Air Force 
ROTC; Phalanx (3, 4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Activities: Swimming Squad, 
letter (2); Tennis Squad (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Gail Louise Newman Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Delta Phi Epsilon 
Alpha Lambda Delta ; Panhellenic Ball 
Committee (1) ; Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica. 



Daniel Yat-Chiu Ng. .Hong Kong, B.C.C. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemical Engineering 

Lundgren House 

Alpha Chi Sigma; A.I.Ch.E. ; Rifle and 

Pistol Club 

McGill University 



Helen Louise Nichols Galesburg 

Education 

Education of Mentally Handicapped 

Children 

Pi Beta Phi 

Kappa Delta Pi ; Star Course Manager 

(2); Concert Band (1, 2); Terrapin 

(1. 2) 





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Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Shorter Board; Torch; The Illio (1, 2. 
'•. 4), Associate Business Manager (4) 



Paul Alan Nickoley Waukegan 

Agriculture 

General Agriculture 

Granada Club 

First Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Illini 

Sportsman's Club; Rifle and Pistol Club 



Patricia Arnold Kicol Lombard 

Agriculture 
General Home Economics 
Sigma Kappa 
Shi-Ai ; Phi Kappa Phi ; Omicron Nu, 
President (4); Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi 
Upsilon Omicron; The Illio (2); Illini 
Union Committee (1, 2); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee; House President (3, 4); Home 
Economics Council (4); Plowboy Prom 
Committee (1, 2); Home Economics Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Myron Philip Nidetz Hazel Crest 

Commerce 
Finance 

Flagg House 
Finance Club; Navy Pier Alumni Asso- 
ciation; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 

Navy Pier Activities: Navy Pier Play- 
house; Navy Pier Choir 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Howard Strudwick Noel 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Alpha Rho Chi 
Society of Illustrators (2, 3, 4) ; Fine and 
Applied Arts Council (2) ; Industrial De- 
sign Students Association, President (2) 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute 

Barbara Ann Nogle Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Illinois Wesleyan University 



Peggy Bridget Nolan Jvesdale 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Shorter Board ; Torch ; Star Course Man- 
ager (2, 3); Illini Union Committee (1) 



Richard Norman Noland Laura 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Minawa Lodge 
Football Marching Band (2, 3, 4) ; First 
Regimental Band (2, 3, 4) ; Second Regi- 
mental Band (1); Illini Christian Fellow- 
ship (3, 4) 



Larry Donald Nooden Riverside 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Botany 
Clark House 
Pershing Rifles (1); German Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



William James Nordell Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon ; A.S.C.E., 
President 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Richard Bullis Norman Evanston 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Phi Kappa Tau 
A.T.A. 

Ripon College; Lawrence College 



Barbar \ June Norris Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Delta Sigma Theta 
Student Senate (2); Orchesis (4); New- 
man Foundation Student Council (4); 
French Club; Young Democrats Club 



Joanna Joy Norris Peoria 

Education 
Education of Mentally Handicapped 
Children 
Lowry Lodge 
Campus Chest; House President (4) ; 
I. U.S. A. Barberettes (3) ; Spanish Club 
Bradley University 



Richard George Norsworthy. . Fox Lal.e 
Engineering 
Ceramic Engineering 
Phi Eta Sigma; Keramos; American Cern 
mic Society 
Honors Day (1, 4) 



Dexter Fowles Norton, Jr.. .St. Charles 

Agriculture 

Animal Science 

Farm House 

Sachem; Star and Scroll; Y.M.C.A. Board 

of Directors (2, 3); Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2, 

3); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2, 3, 4): 

S.N.I.B. (3) ; Agricultural Economics 

Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn 

Club; Young Republicans Club 

Donald Eugene Norton Eurloille 

Law 

Law 
Phi Delta Phi; Senior Law Class Presi- 
dent (4) ; Junior Bar Association 
Honors Day (2) 
Bradley University 



Herbert Dean Nosker. . . 
Journalism 
Editorial 



.Sheldon 



Allan Albert Nostwick. . .Lincolmvood 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



William Donald Nowak Cicero 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Men's Residence Hall Addition 
Sigma Tau; I.A.S. 
Morton Junior College 



Richard Patrick Nugent 

Highland. I'm I. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
landscape Operation, 
Landscape Architecture Society; ForsUo 
(2, 3, 4) 

John Carroll University 










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Yvonne Nyenhuis 

Hudsonville, Mich iga n 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English Literature 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Phi Kappa Phi ; University Theatre Crew 
Hope College 



Alfred Victor Nystrom Lockport 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Alfred Ben Oberlander Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Flagg House 
Marketing Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois (2) 



NOREE1S Jean O'Connell. . . . Bensenville 

Education 

Biologg 

Alpha Omicron Pi 

Shorter Board: The Daily Ulini (3); The 

Ulio (1, 2, 3) ; Illini Union Committee 

(1); University Theatre Manager (2); 

University Theatre Crew (1) ; Greek Week 

Committee (3) 

Beverly Irene O'Dell Springfield 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Alpha Delta Pi 

The Daily Illini (1, 2); The Illio (1, 2): 

Illini Union Committee (1, 3); Young 

Republicans Club 



Edward Stephen O'Donnell Jolict 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Noble House 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E 
Joliet Junior College 



William Victor Oggero Springfield 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 



Donald Jay Ohl Edwardsville 

Commerce 
Management 
Beta Theta Pi 
Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Tribe of Illini (2, 
3, 4) ; Varsity Basketball Squad (2, 3, 4), 
Letter (2, 3, 4) ; Freshman Varsity Bas- 
ketball Squad 



George Hisashi Okubo 

Honolulu, Hawaii 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Universitv of Hawaii 



James Richard Olden Kewanee 

Journalism 
Advertising 

The Daily Ulini (3); I. U.S.A. Barber- 
shoppers (1, 2); Newman Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (3); Delta Sigma Omicron; 
Marketing Club 



Donna Jeanne Olin Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Shi-Ai; Illini Union Committee (1); Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (1); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1, 2, 4) 



Joe Olinger Ilement 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Y.M.C.A 
Committee (1); Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 
4) ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Harvey Burton Olken Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Newman Hall 

Navy Pier Activities: Commerce Club 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Rosemary Ellen Olsen Oak Park 

Physical Education 
Dance 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Torch; Illini Union Committee (1); 
W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Orchesis (3, 4); 
Terrapin (2, 3) ; Physical Education Ma- 
jors Club 



Ronald Harold Olson Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Sigma Tau; A. I. A. 
Honors Day (2) 



Gerald Louis O'Neill Champaign 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Delta Tau Delta 
Captain, Army ROTC; Zeta Sigma Alpha 
(3, 4) 



Isabel Burgess O'Neill Champaign 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Star Course Manager (1) 



Marguerite Elizabeth O'Neil 

Downers Grove 
Commerce 
Secretarial Training 
Kappa Delta 
Shorter Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; The Ulio 
(1, 2, 3); Illini Union Committee (1); 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 2, 4); Student 
Senate (1); Newman Foundation Student 
Council (1, 2); Commerce Council (4); 
Panhellenic Ball Committee (1) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

George Logan Onion Abingdon 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Agriculture Extension Club 



Beverly Orsi Clarendon Hills 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Palamar 
North Central College 











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Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta Zeta 
lllini Union Committee (1, 2) ; Accountancy 
Club 



Charles George Osberg Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
A.I.Ch.E. 

Wright Junior College 



James Euert Ostberg Chicago 

Division of Special Services 

Speech and Journalism 

University Theatre Cast (3, 4) ; University 

Theatre Crew (3, 4) ; Cross Country (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 

of Illinois 



Lyonel Lee Ourth Nauvoo 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculture 
Alpha Tau Alpha ; Agricultural Education 
Club 

Graceland College 



Irene Outlaw East St. Louis 

Agriculture 
Retailing Apparel 
Delta Sigma Theta 
W.A.A. (1, 2, 3); Home Economics Club 



Gordon Charles Owens Westmont 

Commerce 

Finance 

Evans Scholars 

lllini Union Committee (3) ; Commerce 

Council (1, 3, 4); Accountancy Club; 

Finance Club; Rho Epsilon 

Florida Southern College; University of 
Miami 

Sonya Oyan. . .Sioux Falls, South Dakota 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Teacher Training in English 

Zeta Tau Alpha 

Sigma Alpha Iota; House President (4); 

Concert Band (2, 3, 4) ; University Chorus 

(2) 

Honors Day (3) 
Luther College 

Dalia Maria Ozelis Manteno 

Commerce 

Foreign Marketing 
Displaced Persons Committee (1, 2) ; Ger- 
man Club ; Lithuania Students Club ; Mar- 
keting Club 



Edgar Herbert Paglee Wilmette 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Four Columns 

lllini Union Committee (2, 3, 4) ; House 

President (3); Men's Glee Club (2, 3); 

A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

University of Notre Dame 

Theodore John Pajor, Jr Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Flagg House 
lllini Union Committee (2) ; M.IA. Execu- 
tive Council (3); House President (2); 
A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; WPGU Newspaper 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Jerry Joseph Palla Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Barton House 
A.S.M.E. ; SA.E. 




Fred Harry Paolicchi Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Marketing Club 
Honors Day (3) 



Arthur Joseph Paolini Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Newman Hall 
Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily lllini (4); 
Captain, Army KOTC ; Pershing Rifles 
(2); Phi Chi Eta (4); Young Democrats 
Club 



Joseph Francis Pappalardo . . . . Chicago 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Alpha Rho Chi 
lllini Union Committee (4, 5) ; A.IA. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



David Samuel Parisi Fox Lake 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



William Burdette Parker 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Football Marching Band (2, 3) ; Second 
Regimental Band (1, 2, 3); Wesley Foun- 
dation Student Council (2, 3, 4) ; A.S. 
A.E.; A.S.M.E. 



Delores Bonadine Parkinson 

Centralia 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Arbor Suites 
House President (4) ; Home Economics 
Club; Future Teachers of America; Young 
Republicans Club 

Centralia Junior College; Southern Illi- 
nois University 

Sally Jane Parkinson Warren 

Agriculture 
Some Economics 
4-H House 
House President (4) ; Home Economics 
Club 



Barbara Ann Parsons Atwood 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Phi 
Star Course Manager (1); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (2) 



Dallas Hudson Pasley. .Emmett, Idaho 
Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
M.I.S. 

LeTourneau Technical Institute 












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Patsy Patelski Aurora 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Busey Hall 
Wesley Foundation Student Council (2, 3, 
4) 



Arthur Patoff Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Newman Hall 
Phi Alpha Theta; Hawaii Club 
Wright Junior College 



Alice Rachell Patterson. . .Champaign 
Agriculture 
Some Economics 
Alpha Chi Omega 
S.N.I.B. (3, 4) ; AU-Ag Field Day Com- 
mittee (1, 4) ; Plowboy Prom Committee 
(2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club 



Don Robert Patterson M t. Sterling 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Delta Chi 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Bernard Arthur Paul Mt. Carmel 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Seabury Foundation Student Council (3) ; 
Lieutenant Colonel, Air Force ROTC; Ar- 
nold Air Society (3, 4) ; Young Republi- 
cans Club 



John Edward Paul Elgin 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Sigma Nu 
Ma-Wan-Da ; Skull and Crescent ; Tribe of 
Illini (3, 4) ; Varsity Basketball Squad (2, 
3, 4), Captain (4), Letter (3, 4); Fresh- 
man Varsity Squad 
Marquette University 

John David Paulding Tandalia 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
University of Kansas 



Jon Leroy Peacy Zion 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Theta Xi 
Illini Union Committee (1); University 
Theatre Crew (1); Star Course Manager 
(1); Y.M.C.A. Committee (2, 3); Campus 
Chest (2) ; Interfraternity Executive Coun- 
cil (3); Illini Christian Fellowship (2, 
3, 4) ; Pershing Rifles (1) ; Illinois Society 
of General Engineers (4) 

Orin Dale Pearman Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Cosmopolitan 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; 
Major, Army ROTC; Society of American 
Military Engineers (3); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E., 
Chairman; University Orchestra (3); Con- 
cert Band (3) 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Calvin Pearson. .Mt. Vernon, New York 
Division of Special Services 
Industrial Arts 
Omega Psi Phi 



Gunnar Alfred Pearson Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Design 

Flagg House 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Society of 
American Military Engineers (2, 3, 4) ; 
Young Republicans Club ; American Insti- 
tute of Architects 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

John Lyndon Pearson Jacksonville 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Triangle 
Sigma Tau ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Eta Kappa 
Nu; First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Armed 
Forces Amateur Radio Club (1, 2) ; Society 
for the Advancement of Management; Syn- 
ton 



Lee Edward Pearson 

Escanaba, Michigan 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
El Patio 
Sigma Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



Donald Walter Peck St. Joseph 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
American Recreational Society U. of I. 
Student Chapter 



Clifford Richard Peddicord. .Marseilles 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Premedicine 
LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 



Charles Richard Pedersen .... Chicago 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
College Hall 
Illini Christian Fellowship (4) ; A.S.M.E. 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Elisabeth Ann Pelcher Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Busey Hall 
Torch; Alpha Chron; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
German Club 



Robert Eugene Pell J diet 

Engineering 

Ceramic Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Tribe of Illini (4); Varsity 
Golf Squad (4), Letter (4); A.S.C.E. 
■ Joliet Junior College; Northern Illinois 
State University 



Frank Robert Pellant Rockford 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 

Phi Delta Theta 

Football Freshman Varsity Squad (1) ; 

Track, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 

3, 4) ; Freshman Varsity Squad (1) 



Judith Theresa Pelzmann Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Latin American Studies 

Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Spanish Club 

Navy Pier Activities : University Dance 
Committee (2) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 





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Theodore Scott Pemberton Peoria 

Division of Special Services 
History and English 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202 



John Francis Penn Champaign 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
WILL-TV (4) 



Phyllis Mae Pepper Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Busey Hall 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Donald George Peterson Batavia 

Pine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
A.I.A. 



Gerald Martin Peterson 

Elmwood Park 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
The Daily Illini (1) ; House President (2) ; 
Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 3) ; Lutheran Foun- 
dation Student Council (2, 3, 4) 
Honors Day (1) 



Otis Granville Peterson .... Galesburg 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Pi Mu Epsilon ; Physics Society 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key (3) 









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Angela Teresa Perez Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Vanlig 
Spanish Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Richard Ben Perez Aurora 

Commerce 
Management 
Phi Kappa 
Tribe of Illini (3, 4) ; Varsity Football 
Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (3, 4) 



Fred Eason Perry. . .Jackson, Tennessee 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202 ; Mar- 
keting Club; Young Republicans Club 
Lambuth College 



Jack Gilbert Perry Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
A. I. A. 



Ronald Joseph Peterlin Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad ; Lieuten- 
ant, Army ROTC ; A.S.M.E. 



Marily-n Eleanor Petersen. .. .Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

English 

Zeta Tau Alpha 

The Illio (1) ; University Chorus (1) ; 

Illini Union Committee (1) 



Charles Thomas Peterson Skokie 

Commerce 
Management 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Campus Chest (1) ; Basketball Manager 
(1) ; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement ; Young Democrats Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Richard Albert Peterson Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Noble House 

House President (4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Il- 
luminating Engineering Society 
Wright Junior College 



Richard Allan Peterson Paxton 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Phi Gamma Delta 
Phi Eta Sigma; The Illio (1, 2); Illini 
Union Committee (1, 2) ; Interfraternity 
Council (1, 2); Student Senate (3, 4); 
Football Marching Band (2) ; Second Regi- 
mental Band (1. 2) ; Athletic Council (4) ; 
Marketing Club ; Young Republicans Club ; 
I.S.G.E. 
Honors Day (1) 

Ronald Nicholas Peterson 

South Holland 
Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Phi Gamma Delta 
Varsity Baseball Squad (3) ; Freshman 
Varsity Baseball Squad ; Captain, Army 
ROTC; Infantry Club (3) ; Rifle and Pistol 
Club 

Suzanne Arline Peterson. .. .Rock ford 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Speech 
Leeman Lodge 
Alpha Chron; Mask and Bauble; National 
Collegiate Players ; Zeta Phi Eta ; Univer- 
sity Theatre Manager (2, 3, 4) ; University 
Theatre Cast ( 3 ) ; University Theatre Crew 
(1); Young Democrats Club; Dad's Day 
Revue, Director (4) ; Assistant Director 
(3) 
Honoiv, Day (1, 2) 

Vivian Charlene Peterson. . . .Keicance 
Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Sycamore Hall 

Illinois Wesleyan University 



John Melville Pettit Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 

Phi Gamma Delta 
Mask and Bauble; National Collegiate Play- 
ers; University Theatre Manager (2) ; Uni- 
versity Theatre Cast (1, 2, 3, 4); Univer- 
sity Theatre Crew (1, 2) ; Universitv Choir 
(1, 2); Oratorio Society (1, 2); I. U.S.A. 
Barbershoppers (1) 

Marietta College 

Charlie Walter Petzold Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Tau ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Chi Epsilon ; 
A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 






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Donald Wayne Pfeifer Aurora 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Northern Illinois State University 



Robert Marion Phillips Toulon 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Field and Furrow- 
Illinois State Normal University 



William Earl Pickard Urbana 

Commerce 
Finance 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Mini Union Committee 
(1); Commerce Council, President (4); 
Finance Club, President (4) ; Mini Insur- 
ance Society; Marketing Club; Rho Epsilon 
University of Hawaii 



William Neel, Pickle Champaign 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Acacia 
Mini Union Committee (2) ; University 
Theatre Crew (3) ; Lieutenant, Air Force 
R.O.T.C; I.O.S.A. 
Evansville College 

Donald Arthur Pierre Champaign 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Sigma Tau ; Eta Kappa Nu ; Pi Mu Ep- 
silon ; Tribe of Mini (2, 3, 4); Varsity 
Wrestling Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2); 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Mary Jane Pietsch Bloomington 

Education 
Social Studies 
Delta Zeta 
De Pauw University 



Delbert Leon Pigg Macomb 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Sigma Tau; A.S.A.E., President (4) 

Western Illinois University; University 
of Denver 



Nancy Ann Pilot Benign 

Education 
Education of the Mentally 
Handicapped Children 
Arbor Suites 
Kappa Delta Pi 

Morton Junior College 



Marcia Joy Pinfold Belvidere 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English Literature 
Leeman Lodge 
University Choir (3, 4); Oratorio Society 
(3) 

Wisconsin State College 



Richard Duane Pixler Rock ford 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Mini Christian Fellowship (3, 4) 
North Park College 



Rebecca Pizante Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Wescoga 
Hillel Foundation Student Council (3) : 
Spanish Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Ronald John Places Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Louisiana State University; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 



Robert William Plamondon 

Nashua, New Hampshire 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Football Marching Band (4) ; First Regi- 
mental Band (3, 4) ; Second Regimental 
Band (2) 



Lois Marilyn Player Karrenville 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Painting 
Delta Gamma 
Panhellenic Ball Committee (4) 
Drake University 



Richard Lee Plumer 

New Tori-, Neto York 
Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Triangle 
Sigma Tau ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (2) ; Freshman Week 
Committee (2) ; German Club 
Honors Day ( 1) 

Cecile Ruth Poe Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
University Theatre Crew (3, 4) 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Mini (2) 
Honors Day ( 1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Glenn Harold Pontious, Jr Chicago 

Agriculture 
Farm Merit a n izn I in n 
Gar-Men 
House President (2); A.S.A.E.; Mini 
Campus Amvets Post No. 202 



Keith Lowell Poole Mt. Carmel 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Alpha Kappa Psi; Captain, Army ROTC; 
Phalanx (3, 4); Accountancy Club; Mar- 
keting Club 



Stanley Osgood Porter 

Windsor, Vermont 
Commerce 
Management 
Marketing Club; Society for Advancement 
of Management 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Delores Ann Powder RocJcford 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
University Chorus (1, 2, 3, 4); Oratorio 
Society (1) ; Newman Foundation Student 
Council (1, 2, 3, 4); W.P.G.U (2, 3); 
Mini Forensic Association 
Honors Day (1) 












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Bernard Henry Prange. . .New Douglas 
Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
Roger's House 
A.S.M.E.; S.I.E.S. 



Susan Joan Pratt Joliet 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Sigma Kappa 
The Daily Mini (4); The Illio (3); Illini 
Union Committee (1, 2, 3, 4) ; University 
Theatre Crew (1, 4); Illigreek (4); Or- 
chesis (2) 



Gerald James Prekwas Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Lundgren House 
House President (3) ; Marketing Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Sheila Ann Prescott Mendota 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (4) ; Future Teachers 
of America 

Illinois State Normal University 



Charles Francis Price Galesburg 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Scabbard 
and Blade (3, 4) 



Richard Carl Price Lake Zurich 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Economics 
Roger House 
Gamma Sigma Delta 



Donald Miles Pries Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Terry Alan Pritchard Geneseo 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 

Delta Upsilon 
University Theatre Crew (2) ; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (2) ; Second Regimental 
Band (2, 3); Men's Glee Club (3); Illini 
Sportsman's Club ; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Augustana College 

William Gerald Pritchard. . . .Fairbury 

Agriculture 

Agronomy 

Alpha Kappa Lambda 

Star Course Manager (1, 2); Field and 

Furrow; Illini Sportsman's Club 



Nelson Mack Prose Morrisonville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Granada Club 
A.I.Ch.E. 



George Gust Psalidas Oak Park 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Theta Xi 
A.I.A. 

Bradley University 



Robert Psenka Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Shawnee House 
Scarab; House President (3); A.I.A. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Michael Julian Puharich Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Psychology 

Newman Hall 

Football Manager; Newman Foundation 

Student Council; German Club; Illini 

Campus Amvets Post No. 202 



Frank Roy Pulice Chicago 

Engineering 

Civil Engineering 

Four Columns 

The Illio (1) University Theatre Crew (1) ; 

House President (3) ; Newman Foundation 

Student Council (2); A.S.C.E.; I.T.E. 



Angie Lou Putt Lebanon 

Agriculture 
Some Economics Education 
4-H House 
Alpha Chron; Phi Upsilon Omicron ; All- 
Ag Field Day Committee (2); Home Eco- 
nomics Council (2, 3) ; Plowboy Prom 
Committee (1, 2); Home Economics Club 



Keith David Quackenbush Tuscola 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Armory House 
House President (3) ; Military Ball Com- 
mittee Chairman (4) ; Cadet Colonel, Armv 
ROTC; Armed Forces Council (4); Mili- 
tary Council (4); Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); 
Scabbard and Blade (3), President (4); 
Marketing Club 
Honors Day (2) 

Elaine Virginia Quint 

Syracuse, New York 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Voice 
Opera Workshop Cast (2) 
Syracuse University 



Arlyn Wayne Rabideau Bonfield 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Zeta; Chi Gamma 
Iota; Phi Eta Sigma; Agricultural Coun- 
cil (3, 4) ; All-Ag Field Day Committee 
(4) ; Plowboy Prom Committee (3, 4) ; 
Major, Army ROTC; Agriculture Club; 
Dairy Production Club; Field and Furrow; 
Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 4), President 
(3) 

Honors Day (3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Junetta Rabito Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Women's Glee Club 

Jeanne Susan Rackauskas Chicago 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 

Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Navy Pier Activities: University Choir 
(1, 2); Activity Honorary Society (2); 
University Dance Committee (1, 2) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



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Ronald Leon Racster Carmi 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Wikia 
House President; Finance Club; Mini 
Sportsman's Club; Rho Epsilon ; Young Re- 
publicans Club 
Honors Day (2) 



Barbara Regina Raczkowsk a . . . Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Evans Hall 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John David Radke Joliet 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Premedicine 
Twin Estates 
Joliet Junior College 



Joseph Donald Radzevich Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Army ROTC; A.S.C.E. 



Andrea Joanne Raible 

San Diego, California 
Education 
Education of Mentally 
Handicapped Children 
McKinley Hall 
University Choir (3, 4); Oratorio Society 
(4) ; Newman Foundation Student Council 
(4) ; E.M.H. Students Club (4) ; Y.W.C.A. 
Doll Show Committee (3) ; Homecoming 
Decorations Chairman (3) 
Pasadena City College 

Dorothy Linda Ramsey Griggsville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Women's Glee Club (3, 4) ; Canterbury 
Foundation Student Council (3, 4) 
Cottey Junior College 



Robert Marshall, Randolph. .. .Beason 

Engineering 

Civil Engineering 

Theta Delta Chi 

Mini Union Committee (1, 2) ; University 

Theatre Crew (1); Y.M.C.A. Committee 

(1, 2); A.S.C.E.; Rifle and Pistol Club 



Rena Elizabeth Ranieri Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Vanlig 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Duane Rankin Champaign 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
A.S.M.E.; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 

Illinois Wesleyan 



Robert Richey Rankine 

Arlington Heights 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Delta Tau Delta 
Chi Gamma Iota ; Phi Eta Sigma ; Men's 
Glee Club (1); Greek Week Committee 
( 3 ) ; Major, Air Force ROTC ; Arnold Air 
Society (3, 4) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



John Hurst Rannells, Jr Maywood 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Lundgren Towers 
Intramural Manager (1); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



John Presley Ransdell Franklin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Theta Delta Chi 
Skull and Crescent; Alpha Phi Omega; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management ; 
Young Republicans Club 

Illinois College ; University of Colorado 



Earl Alvar Rant a Waukegan 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Flagg House 
A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 
Marquette University 



Edward John Rapinchuk Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Minawa 
Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad (3) ; 
A.S.C.E. 

Wheaton College 



Joan Sue Raschke Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Biology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Omega Beta Pi ; Young Republicans Club 
Honors Day (2) 



David Milton Rash Geneseo 

Veterinary Medicine 
Veterinary Medicine 
Park Lane Lodge 
Phi Eta Sigma; Mini Christian Fellowship 
(1, 2, 3, 4) ; American Veterinary Medical 
Association; Student Veterinary Medical 
Association 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Bernard John Raskauskas Canton 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 





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Maryann Frances Rasmussen 

Barrington 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Industrial Design 

Busey Hall 

University Theatre Crew (1) ; Terrapin 

(1); Rifle and Pistol Club (1); I.D.S.A. 



Ralph Michael Ravanesi. .Melrose Park 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Das Haus 
House President (3) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



George Edward Rawie Champaign 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 





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Marion Louise Ray Oalc Parle 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in History 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Illini Union Committee (3, 4) ; University 
Theatre Crew ( 3 ) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee 
(2) ; Campus Chest (2) 
Knox College 

Diana Ruth Rea LaGrange Parle 

Education 
Elementary Education 

Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; W.G.S. Executive Council 
(3, 4); Little United Nations; Future 
Teachers of America 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

University of Mexico 

Barbara Ann Reace Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
McKinley Hall 
Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Illini Union Committee (2) ; University 
Theatre Crew (1); Y.W.C.A. Committee 
(1); Campus Chest (3); W.A.A. (1, 2, 
3) ; University Chorus (2) 
Honors Day ( 1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Bill Gene Rednour Rio 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Hoof and Horn Club 



Hurley Charles Reed Aurora 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Newman Hall 
Accountancy Club ; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management (4) 



Mary - Lee Reed River Forest 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
French 
Kappa Delta 
Shi-Ai; Sigma Delta Pi; The Ulio (2); 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; University 
Theatre Crew (4) ; Star Course Manage'r 
(1) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee (3, 4) ; House 
President (3); Student Senate (1) 



Rex Howard Reed. . . .Cedar Falls, Ioica 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Four Columns 

Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Second 

Regimental Band (1, 2); Accountancy 

Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Don David Reeder Dixon 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Phi Eta Sigma; Junior Interfraternity 
Council; House President (4); Physics 
Society 
Honors Day (1) 



Kay Reeves Haywood 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Delta Gamma 
Kappa Delta Pi; Illini Union Committee 
(1) ; University Theatre Crew (1) ; Junior 
Panhellenic Executive Board (1) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Allan Stanley Rehm Hinsdale 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Kirby Hall 
University Theatre Crew (2) ; House Presi- 
dent (3) 
University of Oklahoma 



Carole Ann Reichert Effingham 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Terrapin (2) 

Monmouth College 



Margaret Ann Reilly Clinton 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Busey Hall 
Home Economics Club 
Incarnate Word College 



Ruthann Reinhard Roclcford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Philosophy 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Alpha Lambda Delta; The Daily Illini 
(1) ; Orchesis (3) 
Honors Day (1) 



Patricia Ann Reis Sainte Marie 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Social Studies 
Alpha Phi 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3) ; House 
President (4) ; University Chorus (1) ; 
Newman Foundation (1, 2, 3) ; LAS Coun- 
cil (2) ; School of Music Student Council 
(1) 
Honors Day (1, 3) 

Hal Lowell Rensh.vw Carmi 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Phalanx 
(3, 4) ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



John Leroy Reyher Oalc Forest 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Thornton Junior College 







Marlyn Bevier Reynolds Altona 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Field and Furrow ; Hoof and Horn Club ; 
Illini Sportsman's Club 



Nancy" Diane Reynolds Charleston 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Cedar Hall 
W.G.S. Executive Council (4) ; Plowboy 
Prom Committee (3) ; Home Economics 
Club ; Freshman Advisor's Executive Coun- 
cil (4) 

Illinois State Normal University 

Richard Pierre Reysa Lake Forest 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 



Raymond Robert Rezutka Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 

Sigma Tau Gamma 
Alpha Kappa Psi; Interfraternity Council 
(4) ; House President (4) ; Society for the 
Advancement of Management; Young Dem- 
ocrats Club 

Navy Pier Activities : Football, Varsity 
Squad (1) 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 






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John Allan Rhea Paw Paw 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Sigma Tan Gamma 
Sigma Delta Chi ; Young Democrats Club 
Northern Illinois State University 



Robert Randall Rhea 

Harlan, Kentucky 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Eastern Illinois State University 



Martha Rose Rhine Waggoner 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Mini Union Committee (2) ; W.G.S. Execu- 
tive Council (3) ; Second Regimental Band 
(1) ; A.C.S. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Flying Club (4) 



Richard Eugene Riccetti Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Alpha Chi Sigma 
Alpha Chi Sigma; Engineering Council 
(4) ; A.E.Ch.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Joe Dean Rice Monticello 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Delta Phi 
Ulini Union Committee (1, 2, 3); Fencing, 
Freshman Varsity Squad (2) ; Concert 
Band (3, 4); Football Marching Band (1, 
2, 3, 4); First Regimental Band (1, 2); 
University Chorus (1); Men's Glee Club 
(2, 3, 4) 



John Goerinq Richards Peru 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Alpha Rho Chi 
Rifle and Pistol Club 



William Mbrton Richards Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
I.A.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Nancy Lee Richburg Peoria 

Commerce 
Commercial Teach ing 
Delta Gamma 
Campus Chest (1); Women's Glee Club 
(1); Business Education Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 
Bradley University 



Robert Nai Richman Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Interfraternity Executive Council (2) ; 
Junior Interfraternity Council (1) ; Ac- 
countancy Club ; Marketing Club ; Society 
for the Advancement of Management 



Patrick Edward Ridgley. . . .Bridgeport 

Division of Special Services 
Accountancy and Engineering 
Barton House 
Accountancy Club; Ulini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202; Society for the Advancement 
of Management ; Young Democrats Club 
Lockyear's Business College 



Harold Ray Rieches Watselca 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Lookout Manor 

Beta Alpha Psi ; University Theatre Cast; 

House President (2) ; Accountancy Club 

Honors Day (2, 3) 

Northwestern University 



Donald Larue Rieck Springfield 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 

Springfield Junior College 



Robert Ronald Riedle Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
Major, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air So- 
ciety (3, 4) 

Northwestern University 



Judith Ann Riemenschneider. .Paxton 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Delta Gamma 
Mortar Board; Torch; Sigma Alpha Iota; 
Ulini Union Committee (2) ; Star Course 
Manager (1); House President (4); Uni- 
versity Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); Oratorio So- 
ciety (1) 
Honors Day (1) 

Jesse Floyd Riggs Edwardsville 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202; 
I.S.G.E. President (4) 

Southern Illinois University 



Harlan Halladay- Rigney Frceport 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Chi Gamma Iota; Y.M.C.A. Committee 
(4); S.N.I.B. (3, 4); Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Club 

Florida State University 



Alma Jean Riley Chicago 

Agriculture 

Home Economics Education 

Delta Sigma Theta 

University Theatre Crew (3) ; Orchesis 

(3); Home Economics Club; Phi Upsilon 

Omicron 

Philander Smith College 

Donald Orin Rimsnider Hinckley 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Son's Home 
Second Regimental Band (1, 2); Men's 
Glee Club ( 1 ) ; Cyclothem Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Algis Lewis Ripskis. . . .Chicago Heights 
Commerce 
Management 
Parade Ground Units 
House President (2); Finance Club; Mar- 
keting Club ; Society for Advancement of 
Management ; P.G.U. Activities Chairman 
(2); P.G.U. Disciplinary Committee (2) 
Thornton Junior College 

Charlotte Ellen Rist Peoria 

Commerce 
Economics 
Palamar 
Accountancy Club; Finance Club; Young 
Republicans Club 

Mt. Holyoke College 












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Gary Eugenb Rittenhouse Chester 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
College Hall 
M.I.A. Executive Council (2) ; A.S.C.E. 



Robert Eugene Ritter Springfield 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha Kappa Psi 



Audrey Anne Rivkin Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Political Science 

Arbor Suites 

House President (3, 4) ; Student Senate 

(3, 4); Hillel Foundation Student Council 

(1, 2, 3, 4) 

Purdue University 



Jimmy Lee Roan Greenup 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Lieutenant Colonel, Army ROTC; Alpha 
Rho Tau (3, 4); Junior Bar Association; 
Young Democrats Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Lowell Monroe Robbins Decatur 

Journalism 

Advertising 
311 Club 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 
Millikin University 



Darrell Don Roberts. . . .New Windsor 
Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Field and Furrow (1) 
Monmouth College 



Miriam Faye Roberts Park Forest 

Commerce 
Economics 
Leeman Lodge 
Phi Chi Theta; House President (4) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Harold Gidcumb Robertson. . .Eldorado 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Mathematics 

Football Marching Band (1, 2, 3); First 

Regimental Band (1, 2, 3) 



John Blake Robertson. .Downers Grove 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Armed 
Forces Amateur Radio Club (2); A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 



Charlene Robin Chicago 

Education 
History 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
W.A.A. (1, 2); Orchesis (3); Young 
Democrats Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Orchesis (1, 2) 
Roosevelt University; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Alice Kay Robinson Homewood 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Biology 
McKinley Hall 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (3, 4) 
Cottey College 



Frank Allen Robinson 

Atlanta, Georgia 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Rhetoric and Composition 
Sigma Chi 
University Theatre Cast (3) ; Student Sen- 
ate (2); Tribe of Mini (2, 3, 4); Varsitv 
Football Squad (2, 3); Freshman Varsity 
Football Squad; Varsity Wrestling Squad 
(2, 3), Letter (2); Freshman Varsity 
Wrestling Squad; I. U.S.A. Barbershoppers 
( 1 ) ; Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; 
Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); Mini Foren 
sic Association 

Jean Ann Robinson Morris 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Presby Hall 
Alpha Chron ; Phi Upsilon Omicron ; Wo- 
men's Glee Club (1, 3) ; McKinley Founda- 
tion Student Council (3) ; Plowboy Prom 
Committee (1); Home Economics Club 

Adda Sue Robison Clinton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Mini Union Committee (2) ; Campus Chest 
(3) 

Sweet Briar College 



Mary Frances Robson Cambridge 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Home Economics Club 
Monmouth College 



Norman Carl Roden Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 

Minawa Lodge 
Sigma Tau; Chi Epsilon; Mini Christian 
Fellowship (3, 4); Captain, Army ROTC; 
Society of American Military Engineers 
(2) ; A.S.C.E.; I.T.E. 

Honors Day (3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Robert Stanley Rodine Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Gynmastics Manager (1); Marketing Club 



Victor Rodriguez Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Janice Denise Roeth Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Stratford 
W.G.S. Executive Council (3); Freshman 
Council (3) ; University Baptist Founda- 
tion Student Council (4) ; Sno-Ball Com- 
mittee (2) ; Young Republicans Club 



Gaylord Grant Rogeness. . . .Hollywood 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Evans Scholars 
Sachem; Sigma Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta 
Kappa Nu; House President (3); Basket- 
ball Manager (2, 3) ; Major, Air Force 
ROTC; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; I.A.S. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 
















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Ann Elizabeth Rogers. .Downers Grove 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
University Theatre Crew (3) 
Carleton College 



David Peers Rogers RocJcford 

Pine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Gargoyle; Pine and Applied Arts Coun- 
cil (4) ; A.I.A. 



Jerrold James Rogers Chicago 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Physics Society 
Honors Day (3) 

Syracuse University; George Washing- 
ton University; Wright Junior College; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Louis Fillmore Rogers Tales City 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (2, 3) ; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (1); All-Ag Field Day 
Committee (2, 3) ; Campus Chest Alloca- 
tions and Advisory Board; Plowboy Prom 
Committee (2, 3) ; Field and Furrow; Hoof 
and Horn Club; Horse Show Committee 

Robert Keith Rogers Wheaton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Political Science 

Acacia 

Illini Union Committee; Football Marching 

Band (1, 2); First Regimental Band (1, 

2) ; Illini Forensic Association 



Edward Joseph Rohn Cicero 

Commerce 
Finance 
Syracuse University; University of Miss- 
issippi ; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 



Herman Bernard Roling Savanna 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Alpha Delta Sigma 

Western Illinois State University 



Walter Matthew Roll St. Elmo 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Markland House 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; House Presi- 
dent (3) ; Illini Christian Fellowship (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; Engineering Council (3) ; A.S. 
A.E. 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Donald Carl Romani Roclcford 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Major, Army ROTC; Armed Forces Ama- 
teur Radio Club (1, 2, 3) ; Scabbard and 
Blade (2, 3, 4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; M.I.S. 



Shirley Jeannene Rose Mattoon 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Delta Pi 
The Illio (1, 2); Illini Union Committee 
(2, 3, 4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (4); Fu- 
ture Teachers of America 



John Loren Roseberry Riverton 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Illini Sportsman's Club 



Elaine Rosen Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1, 2) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Kenneth Charles Rosenberg 

Cromwell, Connecticut 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Southern Illinois University 



Saneord I. Rosenberg Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Martha Catharine Rosenberger 

Woodtawn 
Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
University Theatre Crew (2) ; Y.W.C.A. 
Cabinet (4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2, 3); 
Wesley Foundation Student Council (4) ; 
All-Ag Field Day Committee (4) ; Plowboy 
Prom Committee (3) ; Home Economics 
Club; Rural Life Club; Future Teachers 
of America 

Lindenwood College 

Harold Fredrick Rosenwinkel 

Haywood 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Phi Kappa Tau 
Scarab; A.I.A. 

Navy Pier Activities: Tennis Team 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

George Marion Rosinski Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Newman Hall 
Phi Lambda Upsilon; A.C.S. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Sherry Joanne Rossiter 

Arlington Heights 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Vanlig 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Mu Phi Epsilon; 
University Theatre Cast (3) ; University 
Chorus (2); Women's Glee Club (1); 
I. U.S.A. Barberettes Director (2, 3) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key (3) 

James Pierce Rothermel Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Speech 
University Theatre Cast (4) ; University 
Theatre Crew (4) ; Illini Forensic Associa- 
tion 

Wright Junior College 

Thomas Carl Rothgeb Brookfield 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Interfratemity Executive Council (3) ; 
House President (3); Second Regimental 
Band (1, 2); Men's Glee Club (3, 4); 
Commerce Council (2, 3, 4) ; Marketing 
Club; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 











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Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Mu Phi Epsilon; Concert Hand (1, 2. 
:;. 4i. Second Regimental Band (2); Uni- 
versity Chorus (1, 2, 3) 



Nada Jean Rowand Melvin 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Applied Voice 
Sigma Kappa 
Shi-Ai ; Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Alpha 
Iota: lllini Union Committee (1, 2); Uni- 
versity Theatre Cast (3) ; University Thea- 
tre Crew (2. 3, 4); Star Course Manage] 
(1. 2); University Choir (1, 2): Univer- 
sity Chorus (1) ; Women's Glee Club ill 
Oratorio Society (2, 3); French Club; 
Spring Musical Cast (1. 2) 
Honors Day (1, 3) 

John Wesley Rowe, Jr Peoria 

Commerce 
Economics 
Alpha Delta Phi 
Skull and Crescent; Junior Intel-fraternity 
Council; House President (4); Varsity 
Golf Squad (2, 4); Freshman Varsity 
Squad: Commerce Council (1); Captain. 
Armv ROTC; Phalanx (3, 4); Phi Chi 
Eta (3. 4); IM Golf Champion (3) 
Honors Day (1. 2) 

Paul Roger Rowe Ohio 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 

Balmoral Club 
Captain, Army ROTC; Zeta Sigma Alpha 
(3, 4) ; Field and Furrow 



Robert Henry Rub Joliet 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Clark 
Joliet Junior College 



Laurence Hugh Rubin Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
Star and Scroll; Omega Beta Pi; lllini 
Union Committee (3); Star Course Man- 
ager (3) ; Fine and Applied Arts Council 
(1) 

Stanford K. Rubin Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
Phi Eta Sigma; Junior Interfraternity 
Council (1); Freshman Week Committee 
(2); LAS Council (2); French Club: 
Young Republicans Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

Perry Rudman Joliet 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Sigma Delta 
Major Chairman Jazz-U-Like-It lllini Un- 
ion Committee (3) ; House President (4) ; 
University Orchestra (3) ; Aeeountancy 
Club 

Joliet Junior College 

Jack Eugene Runyan Riverdale 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Clark House 

Xavy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Lawrence James Rupp Genoa 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Northern Illinois State University 



Jean Eliz\beth Rushton Winooka 

Agriculture 
General Home Economics 
1-H House 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (2, 3, 4): Campus 
Chest (2); University Chorus (1, 2, 3); 
Extension Students Club; Home Economics 
Club; Little United Nations 



Arthurene Ann Russell 

Franklin Park 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Phi 
Torch; Shi-Ai; W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); lllini 
Union Committee (1. 2); I. U.S. A. Bar- 
berettes (2) ; Physical Education Majors 
Club; Future Teachers of America 
Honors Day (2) 

University of Colorado 

Leatrice Russell, Waukegan 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Blackburn College 



John Joseph Ruth Dixon 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Sigma Chi 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Campus Chest (2); 
Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Stu- 
dent Senate (2); Committee on Student 
Affairs (2); Freshman Council; Football 
Manager (1); Major, Armv ROTC; Pha- 
lanx (2, 3); Phi Chi Eta (3, 4) 
Honors Day (1) 

Sidney George Rutledge ilpha 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Armory House 
Floriculture Club; Young Republicans 
Club 

Augustana College 



William Michael Ruva Joliet 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
309 Club 
House President (4) ; Captain, Army 
ROTC; Ordnance Club (3); Pershing 
Rifles (3, 4) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Martha Ruvel. . . .Kansas City, Missouri 
Physical Education 
Recreation 
Alpha Epsilon Phi 
lllini Union Committee (1, 2, 3); Univer- 
sity Theatre Crew (2); W.A.A. (1): 
House President (4) ; American Recrea- 
tional Society U. of I. Student Chapter ; 
Physical Education Majors Club 



Lois Ann Ryan Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Walnut Hall 
House President; Newman Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (3) 

Springfield Junior College 




John James Rymarcsuk Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Cagle Hall 
Intramural Manager (4) 
Wright Junior College 



August Frank Rymut, Jr Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Granada Club 
Omega Beta Pi ; First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Phalanx (3, 4); Young Republi- 
cans Club 









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Evelyn Diane Saam Waukegan 

Commerce 
Secretarial Training 
Busey Hall 
Illini Union Committee (1) 



Ralph Wetzel. Sanders Stonington 

Journalism 
Radio and Television 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Star and Scroll; House President (4); 

s.N.i.n. (3, 4> 













Edward Leroy Sabel Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Speech 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (2) ; Freshman Var- 
sity Football Squad ; Varsity Football 
Squad (2, 3); Marketing Club; Young 
Republicans Club 

Thornton Township Junior College; Uni- 
versity of Alaska 

Audrey Irene Sacco Calumet City 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Illini Union Committee (2) ; W.A.A. (3) 



Clifford Leo Sagaser 

Jamestown, North Dalcota 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Kappa Mu Epsilon 

St. John's University; Eastern Illinois 
State College 



Lawrence Sager Chicago 

Commerce 
Economics 
Phi Sigma Delta 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2) ; Rho Epsi- 
lon 



John Calvin Sahlin Tinley Parle 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Bethel College 



Gerald P. Sampson Morris 

Division of Special Services 
Marketing 
Chi Gamma Iota; Accountancy Club; Illini 
Campus Amvets -Post No. 202 ; Marketing 
Club 
Honors Day (2) 

University of Kansas ; Washburn Uni- 
versity 

Philip Raymond Samuelson. . .Mahomet 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; Second Regimental 
Band (1, 2); University Choir (1, 2, 3, 
4) ; Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4) ; Madrigal 
Chorus (2, 3); Oratorio Society (1, 2, 4) 



Alfonso Pena Sanchez Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Moore House 
House President (4); A.F.S.; A.S.M.E.; 
Young Democrats Club 
Wilson Junior College 



Albert Raymond Sandefer. 
Education 
General Education 
Danville Junior College 



. Danville 



Shirley Fay Sanders Peoria 

Journalism 

Advertising 

Busey Hall 

Gamma Alpha Chi; W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); 

French Club ; Illini Forensic Association ; 

Marketing Club; Young Democrats Club 



Walter Jeremiah Sanders Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; Interfra- 
ternity Executive Council (1) ; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Donald James Sandstrom Chicago 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
I.A.S.; M.I.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Per Allan Sandstrom Chicago 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Illini Union Committee (3) ; Sno-Ball 

Committee (2); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Young 

Republicans Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



James Walker Sanford Urbana 

Division of Special Services 
Agricultural Entomology 



Richard Dean Sanner Argenta 

Engineering 
Ceramic Engineering 
Keramos; Engineering Council (3, 4); 
A.C.S. 



Morton Irvin Sapkin Chicago 

Commerce 
Advertising and Sales 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
Junior Interfraternity Council (2) ; Hillel 
Foundation Student Council (3); Fresh- 
man Week Committee (2, 3) ; Military Ball 
Committee (3) ; First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Ordnance Club (3); Accountancy 
Club; Marketing Club; Rho Epsilon; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management ; 
Young Democrats Club 
Honors Day (1) 

Robert Eugene Sarver Decatur 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E.; I.T.E. 

Santa Ana College ; Long Beach City 
College 



Michael John Sasso Joliet 

Commerce 
Management 
Newman Hall 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 
Joliet Junior College 







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Norman Fredrick Sathbr Elmhurst 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Zeta Psi 
Skull and Crescent; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi 
Lambda Upsilon; Junior Interfraternity 
Council (1); IM Rcc Board; Intramural 
Manager (1, 2, 3); A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Gloria Ann Savitch Spring Valley 

Education 
Education of Mentally Handicapped 
Children 
Palamar 
Young Republicans Club 

Northern Illinois State University; La 
Salle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 



Earl Roger Sayers Rock Falls 

Agriculture 

Agronomy 
Balmoral Club 
House President (4) ; Field and Furrow 



William Schaecher East Moline 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



Joyce Ann Schaefer Cicero 

Education 
Business Education 
Maple Hall 
Business Education Club; Future Teach- 
ers of America 

Morton Junior College 



Bernard Edwakd Schaner Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Interfraternity Executive Council (3); 
LAS Council (3, 4) 



Roland Clifford Schapanski 



Champaign 



Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Scarab 

University of Miami 



Marilyn Yvonne Scheibe .... East Alton 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
T-Dorms 
Sociology Club 

Blackburn College 



Gary Scott Schieneman Evanston 

Commerce 
Accountancy and Finance 
Accountancy Club; Finance Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Leland A. Schlabach Arthur 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Phi Kappa Phi; Chi Gamma Iota, Presi- 
dent (3) ; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Paul William Schlake Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Granada Club 
Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (2) 
Purdue University 



Delmar Wayne Schleder. . . .Hartsburg 

Agriculture 

Vocational Agriculture 

Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Education 

Club 

Illinois State Normal University 



Robert Edwin Schmelzer McHenry 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Ebel Hall 
Poultry Science Club; Mini Sportsman's 
Club 



Anton Joseph Schmid, Jr Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 



Jack Albert Schmidel Monticello 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Kappa Phi 
A.S.M.E .; S.A.E. 



Hugo Charles Schmidt Brook field 

Law 
Law 
Phi Alpha Delta; University Chorus (3, 
4) ; Junior Bar Association 

Navy Pier Activities : University Choir 
(L 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Robert Lee Schmidt Springfield 

Commerce 

Economics 
Marketing Club 

Springfield Junior College 



Mary Susan Schmitt Hebron 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Women's Glee Club (3) 
Alverno College 



Phillip Thomas Schmitt 

Two Rivers, Wisconsin 
Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Chi Gamma Iota ; A.I.A. ; Society for the 
Advancement of Management 
Honors Day (2) 

University of Notre Dame 



Ronald George Schnabel Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 

Flagg House 
Phi Alpha Delta; Infantry Club (2); 
Pershing Rifles (2) ; German Club; Junior 
Bar Association ; Future Teachers of 
America ; Young Democrats Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 
















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Thomas James Schneider.. .Mt. Sterling 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 
Quincy College 



Robert August Schnell Nokomis 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Parade Grounds Units 
House President (4) ; A.I.Ch.E. 
Southern Illinois University 



Harley Dean Schnowske .... Cambridge 

Veterinary Medicine 

Veterinary Medicine 
Student Veterinary Medical Ass'n 

Augustana College; Illinois State Normal 
University 



Patricia Ann Schnulle Polo 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
T-Dorms 
W.A.A. ; Women's Glee Club; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 



Walter Theodore Schoch Chicago 

Commerce 

Economics 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



John Joseph Schoeberle Brighton 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Engineering Council (3, 4); A.F.S.; A.S. 
M.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



Stanley Edwaud Scholl Dixon 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Theta Xi 
University Baptist Foundation Student 
Council (3) ; Illini Christian Fellowship 
(3); A.S.C.E. 
Cornell College 



Charles Wesley Schrader. .Champaign 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Skull and Crescent; Tribe of Illini (3); 
Varsity Football Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter 
(3); Freshman Football Varsity Squad; 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC 



Donald Eugene Schrader Olney 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Young Re- 
publicans Club 

Eastern Illinois State College 



Nancy Jo Schrader Tuscola 

Agriculture 
Some Economics Education 
Chi Omega 
Shorter Board, President; Torch; Phi 
Upsilon Omicron; Illini Union Committee 
(2) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee (1) ; Panhellenic 
Executive Council (3) ; Home Economics 
Council (1, 2, 3), President (2) ; Home 
Economics Club ; Plow Boy Prom Queen 
(1) 



Robert Leroy Schrog Belleville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Belleville Junior College 



Norma Jean Schroeder Cowling 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Studies 
Phi Mu 
Star Course Manager (1) ; Future Teach- 
ers of America; University Choir (2, 3, 
4); Women's Glee Club (1); Oratorio 
Society (1, 2); Young Republicans Club; 
Spring Musical (2) 

Robert George Schroeder Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Granada Club 
I.A.S. 



Pauline Harriet Schrott Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Busey Hall 
Cyclothem Club; Gamma Delta; Young 
Republicans Club 



Roland Peter Schuck Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

DePaul University; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Carl Jacob Schuetze Jr Oak Park 

Division of Special Services 
Marketing 
University Theatre Crew (1); Pershing 
Rifles (1); Marketing Club; Young Re- 
publicans Club 



Richard Charles Schultz Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Men's Residence Hall Addition 4 
Young Republicans Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Wolfgang Walter Schulz Joliet 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Phi Lambda Upsilon ; A.I.S. 
Joliet Junior College 










John Albert Schwab Sterling 

Agriculture 

Floriculture 
Armory House 
Floriculture Club 



Joseph Royce Schwaegel Smithton 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music Education 

Newman Hall 

Wa-Na-See; Tomahawk; Phi Mu Alpha- 

Sinfonia; Second Regimental Band; (1, 

2); University Chorus (1, 2, 3) 



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Mil 11 \el Schwartz Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Psi Chi; Freshman Varsity Fencing Squad i 
Praetorians 



John Frederick Schwegler 

Rock lshmd 
Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
College Hall 
Sigma Tan; University Theatre Cast (3); 
University Chorus (1, 2, 3) ; McKinley 
Foundation Student Council (4); A.S. 
M.E.; S.I.E.S. 
Honors Day (1) 

Thomas Michael Scopelite. . . .Chicago 
Engineering 
llechanical Engineering 
Army ROTC ; A.F.S.; A.S.M.E. 



Mart Carmen Scott May-wood 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Delta Sigma Theta 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (3); Orchesis (1. 2); 
Sociology Club 



Barbara Ann Sears Oak Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

History 

Alpha Phi 

The Illio (1, 2) ; Illini Union Committee 

(1, 2, 3) ; University Theatre Crew (1. 2) : 

Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2, 3) 



Dean Miller Sears Normal 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Economics 

Acacia 
Alpha Zeta; The Illio (2) ; Football March- 
ing Band (2, 3); First Regimental ll.nnl 
(2, 3); Agricultural Economics; Field 
and Furrow 

Illinois Wesleyan University; Illinois 
State Normal University 

Robert Madsen Seekatz Luke Villa 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Scarab 

Florida Southern College ; Lake Forest 
College; Technological Institute of Mon- 
terrey; University of Texas 

Ernie Glen Seggebruch Onarga 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineer; mi 
Army ROTC; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (2) 
Wheaton College 



Gail Ruth Seibert . . Eankaki • 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English Literature 
Leeman Lodge 
Lawrence College 



Joseph William Semmer. . .Forest Park 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Navy Pier Alumni Asso- 

i iai ion 

Navy Pier Activities: Baseball Squad 
i 1, '_' I : Letterm.an's Club (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Lee Hanley Sentman III Decatur 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Theta Delta Chi 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Gamma 
Tau ; University Theatre Crew (1, 2); 
Tribe of Illini (3, 4) ; Varsity Fencing 
Squad (3, 4), Letter (3, 4); Freshman 
Varsity Fencing Squad ; Newman Founda- 
tion Student Council (1, 2, 3, 4); I.A.S.; 
Rifle and Pistol Club ; Scimitar 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Walter Edwin Sergeant Palatine 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Pi Tau Sigma; M.I. A. Executive Council 

(2) ; Engineering Council (3, 4) ; A.S.M.E. 

Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois ; North Central College 

Nancy Ann Servine Moline 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Teacher Training in Spanish 

Alpha Phi 

Shi-Ai; Illini Union Committee (1, 2); 

Star Course Manager (1): Spanish Club 



Jay Anthony Severance 

Davenport, loioa 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
House President (4) ; Ensign NROTC 
Miami University 



Barbara Ann Seyler Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Mortar Board; Torch; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Mask and Bauble ; Zeta Phi Eta ; Univer- 
sity Theatre Manager (2, 3, 4) ; University 
Theatre Cast (2) ; University Theatre Crew 
(1) ; Star Course Manager (1) ; Illini 
Forensic Association 



Guy Emil Seymour II Mattoon 

Journalism 
Ratlin and Television 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Lieutenant, Army ROTC 



William Cravens Shaffer 

Hnjlalo Hart 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science and Speech 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Wa-Na-See; Phi Eta Sigma; University 
Theatre Cast (1); University Choir (2) 
University Chorus (1); Men's Glee Club 
(1, 2, 3): Oratorio Society (2) Colonel, 
Air Force ROTC; Air Force Council (4); 
Armed Forces Council (3, 4); Arnold Air 
Society (3, 4) ; French Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Ruth Hardie Shane Eh od 

Fine and Applied Arts 
History of A rt 
Pi Beta Phi 
Purdue University 



Robert Louis Shapiro 

St. I'aal, Minnesota 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
Illini Union Committee (1); First Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC; Phalanx (3, 4) 



Nancy Diane Shappert Belvidere 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Cheerleader (1, 2, 3, 4) 



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Barbara Ann Sharfman Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Phi Sigma Sigma 
Campus Chest (1); House President (3); 
Future Teachers of America 



Robert Jay Sharfman Chicago 

Commerce 
Commerce and Latv 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
Alpha Delta Sigma; Phi Delta Phi; Psi 
Chi; Junior Interfraternity Council (1); 
Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad; Hillel 
Foundation Student Council (1); Finance 
Club; Junior Bar Association; Marketing 
Club 
Honor,; Day (1) 

Robert Falender Sharp Chicago 

Commerce 
.1 ccountancy 

Tau Epsilon Phi 
Illini Union Committee (3); Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (3) ; Accountancy Club; 
Marketing Club; Navy Pier Alumni Asso- 
ciation 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

William Frederick Sic \rp Roclcford 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Sigma Tau ; Pi Tau Sigma 
Honors Day (3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Walter Nordgren Shaw Paxton 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Chi 
Alpha Phi Omega; Men's Glee Club (1, 
2); First Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Scab- 
bard and Blade (3, 4) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Janet Louise Sheaffer Dixon 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Dietetics 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Torch; Shi-Ai; Phi Upsilon Omicron; The 
Illio (1, 2, 3, 4), Associate Editor (4); 
Illini Union Committee (1) ; House Presi- 
dent (4) ; N.S.A. Senate Subcommittee 
(1) ; llligreek (2) 
Honors Day (1) 

Robert Vincent Sheen May wood 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Illini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202 

Wright Junior College 



Kenneth Leroy Shenpish Skokie 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Evans Scholars 
Sno-Ball Committee (2); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; 
Rifle and Pistol Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Pamela A. Shepherd Morton 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Palamar 
Phi Upsilon Omicron, President (4); 
W.G.S. Executive Council (3); All-Ag 
Field Day Committee (2, 3) ; Campus 
Chest Allocations and Advisory Board (3) ; 
Home Economics Council (4); Plowboy 
Prom Committee (2); Home Economics 
Club; Young Republicans Club 

Stlphan Coventry Shepherd 

Evanston 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Premedicine 
Chi Psi 
Phi Eta Sigma; Omega Beta Pi; Illini 
Union Committee (1, 2, 3); Star Course 
Manager (1); Intramural Manager (2); 
Spring Musical Cast (3) 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Marilyn Jule Sherman Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music Education 

Evans Hall 

Sigma Alpha Iota; Vv'.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); 

University Choir (3, 4) ; Oratorio Society 

(1, 2) 



Gerald Terrance ShinviMiE. . .Sterling 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Alpha Chi Sigma 
Alpha Chi Sigma; First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; A.I.Ch.E., President (4) 



Richard Lee Shippy Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Navy Pier Activities: German Club 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Frank Gerald Shoueer Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Kiln rill ion 
Calhoun Hall 
Football Marching Band (4) ; First Regi- 
mental Band (3) ; Second Regimental 
Band (2); Young Democrats Club 
Wilson Junior College 



Patricia Mae Shuoar Cicero 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Arbor Suites 
W.G.S. Executive Council (3, 4); House 
President (3) ; Young Republicans Club 
Morton Junior College 



Thomas Jay Shutter Decatur 

Division of Special Services 
English 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 









Jack Alan Siebert Springfield 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Eta Kappa Nu; Illinois Tech- 
nograph (2, 3, 4) ; Petty Officer First 
Class, NROTC; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



Sheldon Leon Silverman Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Sigma Alpha Mu 
University Choir (2); Oratorio Society 
(2) ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Frank Jerry Simak Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Section Eight 
A.F.S.; S.A.E. 

Wright Junior College 



William Edward Simmons Carmi 

Division of Special Services 
Entomology 




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Commerce 
Accountancy 

Zeta Beta Tan 
Sigma Iota Epsilon ; The Daily Illini (1); 
Varsity Track Squad (2) ; Freshman Var- 
sity Track Squad; Freshman Week Com- 
mittee (3, 4); Captain, Armv ROTC ; 
Ordnance Club (2, 3, 4) ; Phalanx (3, 4) ; 
Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 3) 

Northwestern University 

Roy M. Simon Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Flagg House 

Navy Pier Activities: Navy Pier Alumni 
Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Stuart Hadley Simon Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemistry 

Phi Eta Sigma; Omega Beta Pi; Football 

Marching Band (2) ; First Regimental 

Band (2) ; Second Regimental Band (1) 



Daniel Joseph Simoneit Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Men's Residence Hall Addition 3 
Cyclothem Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Freshman Varsity 
Baseball Team (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Mike John Simpson West Chicago 

Agriculture 
Dairy Technology 
Chi Phi 
Captain, Army ROTC; Dairy Technology 
Society; Rifle and Pistol Club 
North Central College 



James Reed Sincox Warren 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Theta Xi 
University Choir (2, 3, 4) ; Men's Glee 
Club (2) 

Joliet Junior College 



Merlyn Clarence Sinn Marissa 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Southern Illinois University 



Joseph Frank Sipka Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 



William Joseph Sisiliano Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Wright Junior College 



James Lewis Skinner. . .Lincoln, Kansas 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta 
Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon; A.I.Ch.E.; Illini 
Campus Amvets Post No. 202 
Honors Day (3) 

Kansas State College 



James Stanford Skinner Chicago 

Physical Education 

Corrective Therapy 
Sigma Nu 
Phi Epsilon Kappa; Varsity Swimming 
Squad (2) ; Freshman Varsity Swimming 
Squad; Dolphins (1, 2, 3, 4); Physical 
Education Majors Club 



Suzanne Sklar Chicago 

Physical Education 

Recreation 

Laurel House 

W.A.A. ; House President (4); Orchesis 

(1, 2); American Recreational Society; 

Physical Education Majors Club 



Marilyn Edythe Skoblin Rockjord 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Art History 
Delta Delta Delta 
Alpha Lambda Delta 
Beloit College 



Joan Ardell Skogland Geneva 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
French 
Arbor Suites 
Alpha Lambda Delta 
Monmouth College 



Dolores Clarice Skowron Cicero 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Palamar 
University Theatre Crew (1) 



Janet Lee Sleasman Dixon 

Education 
Business Education 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
University Theatre Crew (3, 4) ; Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (4) ; University Chorus (3) ; 
Orchesis (2) ; Terrapin (4) ; Accountancy 
Club; Business Education Club; Future 
Teachers of America 

Augustana College ; Northern Illinois 
State University 

Lyle Herman Sleeman, Jr.. .Oak Lawn 

Division of Special Services 

Geology 

Navy Pier Activities: Track Squad (1, 

2), Letter (1, 2); Cross Country Squad 

(1, 2), Letter (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



David Martin Slonim Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Clark House 
House President (4) ; A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Joseph Robert Smidt Lombard 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Illini Sportsman's Club; Young Democrats 
Club 



Audrey Ann Smigay Joliet 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Illini Union Committee; University Thea- 
tre Crew ; Newman Foundation Student 
Council (3, 4) ; Future Teachers of America 
Joliet Junior College 












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Carol Sue Smith Macomb 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Alpha Xi Delta 
University Theatre Crew (2, 3) ; W.A.A. 
(2) 

Monmouth College 



Dorland Worth Smith Topeka 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Rogers House 
A.S.A.E. 

Western Illinois State College 



Georgenb G. Smith East Alton 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Sigma Kappa 
Kappa Delta Pi; The Illio (1, 2); Mini 
Union Board (1, 2) ; Future Teachers of 
America 
Honors Day (2) 



Gerald Alan Smith Joliet 

Commerce 
Management 
Joliet Junior College 



Jerry Leon Smith Carrier Mills 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
House President (2, 3); A.S.C.E. 



Joan Theresa Smith Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Delta Zeta 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2, 3); W.A.A. 
(1, 2, 3); Rifle and Pistol Club; Future 
Teachers of America ; Young Democrats 
Club 



John Dale Smith Georgetown 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Ma-Wan-Da; Varsity Football Squad (3, 
4), Captain (4), Letter (3, 4) 

Quincy College; North Dakota State 



Lawrence Anthony Smith, Jr. 

Savanna 
Commerce 
Vrban Land Economics 
Second Regimental Band (1, 2) ; Univer- 
sity Sinfonietta (1); University Orchestra 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Commerce Council (4); Ac- 
countancy Club; Finance Club; Rho Epsi- 
lon, President (4) 



Marilyn Kay Smith Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English Literature 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Illini Union Committee (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Paul Overton Smith St. Elmo 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Mi-Knights 
Wa-Na-See; M.I.A. Executive Council (3, 
4) ; House President (3) ; Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC ; Armed Forces Amateur Radio 
Club (2); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); 
Mi-Knights 



Phillip Palmer Smith Elmhurst 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Omega Beta Pi; Junior Interfraternity 
Council (1); Men's Glee Club (1, 2); 
Oratorio Society (1); Captain, Armv 
ROTC; Military Council (3); Scabbard 
and Blade (3, 4) 

Cornell College 



Thomas Cluley Smith, Jr Chicago 

Commerce 
Finance 
Granada Club 
Finance Club 



Carolyn Jean Snader Crystal Lake 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Delta Gamma 
Torch; Shi-Ai; Major Chairman Mother's 
Day Illini Union Committee (3); Illini 
Union Council (2, 3) ; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1, 2, 3) ; Student Senate (2, 3) ; 
American Recreational Society U. of I. 
Student Chapter; Physical Education Ma- 
jors Club 

Donnie Edward Snedeker . . . East Alton 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Sigma Tau ; Alpha Phi Omega ; The Daily 
Mini (1); Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (3, 4); Illi- 
nois Technograph (1, 3); Military Ball 
Committee (2); First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Phalanx (3, 4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E., 
President (4) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Don Sneider Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Clark House 
House President (4) ; Navy Pier Alumni 
Association ; Spanish Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Thomas Michael Snow, Jr Chicago 

Division of Special Services 

Economics 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Sachem; Illini Union Board (2); Illini 

Union Council (2) ; I.U.S.A. Barbershop- 

pers (2) 

Northwestern University 



James Leroy Snyder Centralia 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Sigma Tau ; Interfraternity Ball Commit- 
tee (2); Major, Army ROTC; Ordnance 
Club (3, 4) ; A.I.Ch.E. 



Bruce Joseph Socks Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
German Club; Young Republicans Club 

Illinois Institute of Technology ; Wash- 
ington University; College of Great Falls; 
University of California; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Kartodimoeljo Soedarman 

Blitar, Indonesia 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Gargoyle ; A.I.A. 

Bandung Institute of Technology, Uni- 
versity of Indonesia 



Sally Ann Sohner Moline 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Arbor Suites 
The Daily Illini (1); Y.W.C.A. Committee 
(1, 2); W.G.S. Executive Council (2, 3, 
4) ; Panhellenic- W.G.S. Coordinating Com- 
mittee (4) ; Freshman Week Committee 
(2, 3, 4) ; American Recreational Society 
U. of I. Student Chapter; French Club"; 
Young Republicans Club 









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Merle LOUIS SOLLARS Wellington 

Division of Special Services 
Marketing 
Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 202 ; Mar- 
keting Club; Society for the Advancement 
of Management 



James Milton Solomon Peoria 

Agriculture 
Engineering 
Phi Gamma Delta 
Skull and Crescent; Alpha Zeta : Gamma 
Sigma Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; Y.M.C.A. 
Cabinet (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 
2) ; Board of Fraternity Affairs (3) ; Inter- 
fraternity Executive Council (3); House 
President (4); Student Senate (1, 2); 
Freshman Council. President; Alumni As- 
sociation Board (2) ; Campus Chest Allo- 
cations and Advisory Board Chairman 
(3) ; Rifle and Pistol" Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Rosetta June Solomon Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Painting 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Society of Illustrators 
Honors Day (2) 



Alan Henry Sons Harvey 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Evans Scholars 

Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; House 

President (4); Intramural Manager (1); 

Accountancy Club 

Honors Day (1. 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Michael Lewis Spafford Oak Park 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Armory House 
Sigma Tau; Eta Kappa Nu ; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois ; University of Chicago 

Wilma Rose Spainhour Canton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Busey Hall 
Alpha Lambda Delta 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Wayne Elbert Spangler. . .Ames, Iowa 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
A.I.A. 

State University of Iowa ; Iowa State 
College 



Eldon Leroy Sparrow Niota 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Nabor House 
Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Economics 
Club; Agricultural Education Club 
Western Illinois State University 



William Harry Spealman . 



.Chadwick 



Agriculture 
Agricultural Education 
Delta Phi 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3) ; Y.M.C.A. 
Board of Directors (4) ; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 
(2, 3); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Baseball Manager (1); Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Club; Agricultural Education Club; 
Hoof and Horn Club; Illini Sportsman's 
(Hub 

Ray Arthur Speckman, Jr Ottawa 

Agriculture 
Dairy Technology 
Dairy Technology Society, President (4) ; 
Agricultural Council (4) 
Bradley University 



Thomas Dale Spencer Brookficld 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 

Barton House 
Psi Chi; Future Teachers of America 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini (1, 2) ; 
University Dance Committee (2) ; Military 
Council (2) ; Activities Honorary Socetv 
(1. 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the L T niversity of 
Illinois 



Kenneth Calvin Spengler. .Waterman 
Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Sigma Pi 
Skull and Crescent ; Y.M.C.A. Committee 
(2); Basketball Manager (1, 2); Univer- 
sity Choir (1, 2) ; Men's Glee Club (2) 
Honors Day (3) 

Patricia Ann Speyerer Brookfield 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Alpha Phi 
Gamma Alpha Chi: The Illio (1); Illini 
Union Committee (2) 



Joanne Marie SpinellO Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Phi Chi Theta; W.A.A. (1, 2, 3) 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

St. Louis Institute of Music ; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 



Frank Henry Spink Homewood 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Theta Delta Chi 
Gargoyle ; Sigma Tau ; Scarab ; House 
President (4) ; Fine and Applied Arts 
Council (4 ) ; A.I.A. 
Honors Day ( 1. 2) 



James Edward Spoor Sycamore 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Alpha Chi Rho 
Alpha Phi Omega; The Illio (2); Illini 
L T nion Committee (3, 4) 



John Kent Spragt/e Hull 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Farm House 
Ma-Wan-Da; Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); 
Tribe of Illini (4) ; Baseball, Freshman 
Varsity Squad; Baseball Manager (3, 
4) ; Senior Baseball Manager (4) ; S.N.I.B. 
(3); Agricultural Council (3, 4); All-Ag 
Field Day Committee (2); Athletic Coun- 
cil (4) ; Plowboy Prom Committee (2) ; 
Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Agricultural 
Economics Club; Agriculture Club; Field 
and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club; Young 
Republicans Club 
Honors Day (2) 

Thomas Adolph Sprain. .Downers Grove 
Agriculture 
Farm Mechanization 
University Theatre Cast (3) ; University 
Theatre Crew (3); House President (4)'; 
A.S.A.E. ; Illini Campus Amvets Post No. 
202; Illini Sportsman's Club; Rifle and 
Pistol Club 



Wayne Elwood Springer 

Elba, Nebraska 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Sigma Tau, President (4) ; Pi Tau Sigma, 
President (4) ; Engineering Council (4) ; 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E.; Engineering Open 
House, Chairman (4) 
Honors Day (1, 3) 

University of Nebraska 

Thomas Leo Stablein Galesburg 

Commerce 
Management 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Knox College 













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Bruce Alan Stahi Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
The Illio (1, 2); Iliini Union Committee 
(1) 



John Carl Stambulis Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
House President (3) ; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 



Lee Howard Stampe Shipman 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Infrantry Club (1); Agricultural Econom- 
ics Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof and 
Horn Club: Physical Education Majors 
Club 



Donald Walter Stanek Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Evans Scholars 
Phi Epsilon Kappa, President (4) ; Physi- 
cal Education Majors Club 



David Phillip Stanger Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Granada Club 
Alpha Phi Omega ; Psi Chi ; University 
Theatre Crew (3, 4) ; House President 
(3); Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; 
Phalanx (3, 4) ; Young Republicans Club 



Dorothy Jean Stanley Kankakee 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Palamar 
W.A.A. (2); Rifle and Pistol Club; Scimi- 
tar 



Henry Stanley 

Jersey City, New Jersey 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Parade Ground Units 
House President (2, 3) 



John Henry Stanley Paris 

Agriculture 

General Agriculture 

Wesmen 

Wa-Na-See; Wesley Foundation Student 

Council (3, 4), President (4); Agriculture 

Extension Club 



Rosemary Ellen Stanton Newman 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Delta Pi 
The Illio (1) ; Iliini Union Committee (1) ; 
Women's Glee Club (1) 



Edward Milton Stapp III 

Lawrenceville 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Armory House 
Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4) ; Accountancy 
Club 

Eastern Illinois University 



Thomas Nelson Stark Chicago 

Liboral Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Men's Residence Hall, Addition 3 
Wa-Na-See; Tomahawk; M.I. A. Executive 
Council; House President (3); Student 
Senate (2, 3, 4) ; Coordination Committee 
(2); Wesley Foundation (2, 3); Iliini 
Christian Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 4); Young 
Democrats Club; N.A.A.C.P.; M.R.H. Ex- 
ecutive Council 

Nancy Lee Staudinger Chicago 

Education 
Mathematics 
Zeta Tan Alpha 
Campus Chest (1) ; Future Teachers of 
America 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John David Steben Hinsdate 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Physics 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Alpha Phi Omega ; Pi Mu Epsilon ; Univer- 
sity Lutheran Chapel Foundation Student 
Council (3, 4) ; Gamma Delta; Physics So- 
ciety 

Valparaiso University 

Fred John Steffen Elgin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Sigma Nu 
Skull and Crescent; Wrestling Freshman 
Varsity Squad 



George Albert Steffen La Grange 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Psi Upsilon 
University Theatre Cast (1, 2) ; University 
Theatre Crew (1); Junior Intel-fraternity 
Council (1); Universitv Choir (3); Men's 
Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); I.U.S.A. Barber- 
shoppers (2) ; Newman Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (1, 2, 3, 4); Finance Club; 
Ulini-Knights; Marketing Club; Young Re- 
publicans Club 

Fred John Steffens Chicago 

Agriculture 
Dairy Technology 
Newman Hall 
Agricultural Council (3) ; All-Ag Field Day 
Committee (3) ; Dairy Technology Society, 
President (3) ; Iliini Campus Amvets Post 
No. 202 



Roy A. Steffens Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art 
Wright Junior College 



Herbert Joseph Stein Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Physics 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma 
Honors Day (2) 



Stefania Olga Steiner 

Sollis, Netv York 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Sigma Sigma Sigma 
W.A.A. (1); Women's Glee Club (1); 
American Recreational Society U. of I. Stu- 
dent Chapter; Teachers-in-Training Club 
Oswego State University 

Barbara Jean Stevens DuQuoin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Presbyterian Hall 
University Chorus (1) ; Women's Glee Club 
(1) 










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Nancy Candace Stevens Danville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Navy Pier Activity: Debate Team (2) 
Wheaton College; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



Ann Stewart Rockford 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Evans Hall 

Shorter Board; Torch; Illini Union Board 

(4); W.G.S. Executive Council (3, 4); 

Freshman Adviser's Executive Council (3) 



Ralph Cecil Stewart Monmouth 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Wa-Na-See; Tomahawk; Alpha Zeta ; 
Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors (3, 4); 
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2, 3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. 
Committee (1, 2, 3, 4) ; McKinley Foun- 
dation Student Council (2, 3, 4) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



James Richard Stewart Oakland 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Colonial Arms 
Captain, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air So- 
ciety (3, 4) ; Field and Furrow 



Ray Clifford Stewart Mt. Vernon 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Southern Illinois University 



Larry Lee Stickler Vandalia 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Sigma Tau; Illini Christian Fellowship (2, 

3, 4); Lieutenant Colonel, Army ROTC; 

A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Synton 



Robert George Stift Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Balmoral 
Alpha Eta Rho ; Commerce Council (3, 4) ; 
Finance Club; Flying Club; Marketing 
Club; Society for the Advancement of 
Management, President (4) 

Lyons Township Junior College 

Daniel Terrill Stinson . . . . Springfield 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Omega Beta Pi 



Sandra Gay Stinson Gary, Indiana 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Painting 
Little United Nations 



Emily Ann Stipes Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Latin 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Smith College 



Kenneth Eugene Stone ... Sainte Marie 

Engineering 

Agricultural Engineering 

King's Kastle 

First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Scabbard 

and Blade (3, 4) ; A.S.A.E. 



Myron Lee Stone Skoki 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Phi Sigma Delta 
Omega Beta Pi ; Young Democrats Club 



Robert Lee Stone Champaign 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 



Ronald Stone Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Pi Lambda Phi 
Phi Eta Sigma; I.P.C. Photography Staff 
(3) ; Major, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air 
Society (4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Illini Sports- 
man's Society; Society for the Advancement 
of Management 
Honors Day (1) 

Arnold Edward Stoper Chicago 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 

Flagg House 
Sigma Tau; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Physics So- 
ciety 

Navy Pier Activities : Varsity Tennis 
Squad (1) 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Donald Joseph Strader Danville 

Commerce 
Management 
Finance Club; Society for the Advancement 
of Management 



Cecil William Stradley Decatur 

Engineering 
Sales Engineering 
Delta Upsilon 
The Illio (1, 2, 3); University Theatre 
Crew (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1) 
Campus Chest (1, 2) ; Junior Interfra 
ternity Council; Engineering Council (3) 
Interfraternity Ball Committee (2) ; Young 
Democrats Club; I.S.G.E. 

Robert Joseph Strain Vrbana 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu ; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 
Honors Day (3) 

Indiana University 



Carl Richard Strauss Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemical Engineering 

Beta Sigma Psi 

Interfraternity Executive Council (3) ; 

A.I.Ch.E.; Gamma Delta; Rifle and Pistol 

Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

James Stewart Street Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Cyclothem Club; French Club; Rifle and 
Pistol Club 

Wright Junior College 











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Max Joseph Striedl 

Engineering 
Highways 



Grecor Waldemar Strien Mt. Olive 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Chi Gamma Iota ; Phi Eta Sigma 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

St. Louis Business College 



Sondra Jean Strong Champaign 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Xi Delta 
W.A.A. (1, 2) ; Illi-Sota 



Chao Andre Suan Hongkong, Ch ina 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemical Engineering 

Sigma Tau; Campus Chest (1); A.I.Ch.E. 



Daryl Dean Sullivan Kewanee 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
College Hall 
House President (1); I. U.S.A. Barber- 
shoppers (1, 2) ; Engineering Council (3, 
4) ; Illuminating Engineering Society 



John Leo Sullivan Eincaid 

Commerce 
Management 
Rogers House 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Springfield Junior College 






Robert David Stubbs. . . . 
Commerce 
Management 
Theta Delta Chi 



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Marjorie Kay Stucke Beardslown 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Vocal Music 

Hoste House 

Alpha Chron ; Sigma Alpha Iota (2, 3, 4) ; 

House President (3) ; University Choir 

(1, 2, 3, 4); Oratorio Society (2 3) 



Robert Louis Stull Sherman 

Liberal Arts and Science 
Chemistry 
Noble House 
A.C.S. 



Kenneth Patton Stults .... Springfield 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Minawa Lodge 
A.S.C.E. 



Harry Eric Sturm Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Design 
Parade Ground Units 
House President (5) ; A.I. A. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Carlo Styles Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Newman Hall 
Accountancy Club; Finance Club 
Honors Day (2) 



Waldemak Stanley Styzinski. .Chicago 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Thomas Michael Sullivan. .Parle Ridge 
Division of Special Services 
Marketing 
Marketing Club 

University of Notre Dame; University 
of Wisconsin 



William Joseph Sullivan Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Alpha Chi Rho 
Ma-Wan-Da; Star and Scroll; Illini Union 
Board (4) ; Major Chairman Block I Illini 
Union Committee (3) ; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1, 2); Interfraternitv Executive 
Council (3); Major, Air Force ROTC ; 
Arnold Air Society (4) ; Society for the 
Advancement of Management 
Honors Day (1) 

George Ernest Sumrall Danville 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Calhoun Hall 
House President (4) ; McKinley Founda 
tion Student Council (2, 3, 4) ; First Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Melvin Gilbert Sunshine Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Barton House 
Young Democrats Club 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Kenneth Fredrick Sutter Peoria 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Tribe of Illini (3, 4) ; Varsity Football 

Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (3) ; Lieutenant, 

Army ROTC 



Louis Anton S vach. . .Omaha, Nebraska 

Engineering 

Engineering Physics 

Sigma Tau; Oratorio Society (3, 4); 

I.A.S. 

Honors Day (2) 
Omaha University 



Joseph Donald Svatos Brookfield 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Mi-Knights 
A.S.M.E.; Mi-Knights 









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James Zoller Svoboda Mount Olive 

Engineering 
Mechanical E ngineering 
All-Ways Home 
Sigma Tau ; Tau Beta Pi ; Pi Tan Sigma ; 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key (3, 4) 



Elizabeth Sue Swank Waulcegan 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Delta Sigma Theta 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (3, 4); Orchesis (1); 
Sociology Club 



Phyllis Ann Swanson Galesburg 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Alpha Delta Pi 
University Theatre Crew (1); Second 
Regimental Band (1) 



Janice Pauline Swedberg. . . .Sycamore 
Journalism 
Advertising 
Gamma Phi Beta 
The Daily Mini (1, 2); Mini Union Com- 
mittee (1); University Theatre Crew (1) 



Thaddeus Emil Swiecki Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 

Mi-Knights 
Alpha Phi Omega; Major, Air Force ROTC; 
Arnold Air Society ; Society of American 
Military Engineers; Plying Club; I.A.S. ; 
Mi-Knights; Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

John Frederick Swindell Slcoleie 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Evanston Community College 



Sheldon William Switkin Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Praetorians 
Praetorians; Sociology Club 



Jo Carolyn Swope Martinsville 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Palamar 
McGarvey Foundation Student Council; 
Home Economics Club; Extension Club 



Wesley Karl Syren Chicago 

Commerce 
Ma nagement 

Mini Village 
Alpha Eta Rho ; Mini Union Committee 
(2); Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); Intramural 
Manager (2); Marketing Club; Society for 
the Advancement of Management 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Moh'd Bakr Tabbaa Gaza, Palestine 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Cairo University 



Dennis Louis Tabisz Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Marketing Club 



Dalia Marie Tallat-Kelpsa . . . . Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Future Teachers of America; German Club; 
Lithuanian Students Club; A.I.S. 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Alyce Joyce Tallman Moline 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Prelaw 
Concordia 
The Daily Mini (2, 3, 4) ; W.A.A. (1, 2) ; 
House President (4) ; Seaburv Foundation 
Student Council (1, 2, 3, 4); Mini Chris- 
tian Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 4); French Club; 
Young Democrats Club 



James Robert Tansley Glen Ellgn 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Society of Illustrators 

Marquette University ; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Sara Jane Tapp Carrollton 

Agriculture 
Retailing 
Busey Hall 
Mini Union Committee (1); Star Course 
Manager (1); Home Economics Club 



Meilute Ona Tapulionis Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Fehner House 
Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau; Alpha Lambda 
Delta 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Michael Pete Tabas Madison 

Commerce 
Commercial Teaching 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Interfraternity Council (1, 2, 3) ; House 
President (3); Commerce Council (3); 
Business Education Club; Mini Sports- 
man's Club; Marketing Club 
Brown's Business College 

Tempie Ann Tartt Mayuood 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 

Delta Sigma Theta 
Student Senate (3); Sociology Club 



Thomas E. Tatum Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psycyhology 
Kappa Alpha Psi 

Navy Pier Activities: Wrestling, Captain 
(3), Letters (1, 2, 3, 4); Concert Band 
( 1 ) ; Letter Men's Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Harry Kiyoshi Tayama 

Los Angeles, California 
Agriculture 
Floriculture 
Noble House 
Pi Alpha Xi ; Floriculture Club; Hawaii 
Club 

Wright Junior College 








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Nancy Ellen Taylor Effingham 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Speech 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Mortar Board; Torch; Shi-Ai ; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Zeta Phi Eta; Illini Union 
Board (4) ; Major Chairman, Club Sophis- 
ticate, Illini Union Committee (3); Illini 
Union Committee (1, 2, 3); University 
Theatre Crew (2, 3) ; Star Course Man- 
ager (1, 2) 
Honors Day (1) 

Vesper Lee Taylor Decatur 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (1) 



Betty Winoler Tegeder. . . .Champaign 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Alpha Delta Pi 

The Illio (1); University Theatre Crew 

(1) 



Wayne Howard Tegeder. .. .Beardstoun 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Marketing Club; Bifle and Pistol Club; 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 



Myrna Weber Tenenbaum Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Busey Hall 
Campus Chest (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Edward Irving Terry Kankakee 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Phi Eta Sigma ; Sigma Iota Epsilon ; Mar- 
keting Club; Society for the Advancement 
of Management 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Etxension of the University of 
Illinois 

John Elmer Terwillinger. . . .Virginia 
Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Western Illinois State University 



Roberta Leaxn Tewes. .Chicago Heights 

Agriculture 

Textiles and Clothing 

Alpha Xi Delta 

Shi-Ai; Illini Union Committee (1, 2); 

Terrapin (3) 



Jerry Rogers Thau, Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Barton House 
Accountancy Club; Finance Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Baseball Squad 
(1) ; Host of Illini (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Maung Tun Thein. . . .Moulmein, Burma 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
University of Rangoon 



Patricia Ann Thiel . . . . LaGrange Park 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Chi Omega 
University Theatre Crew (4) ; W.A.A. (4) ; 
Future Teachers of America ; Young Re- 
publicans Club 

Lyons Township Junior College 



John Frederick Thieman . . . Quincy 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music Education 

Newman Hall 

Concert Band (2) ; Football Marching 

Band (3) 

Quincy College 



Jeannette Lillian Thier Waterloo 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Home Economics 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Phi Upsilon Omicron; W.A.A. (1, 2); 
Home Economics Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Albert Fisher Thomas Lexington 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Granada Club 
Illini Union Committee (1); University 
Chorus (3, 4) ; McKinley Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (3); Sociology Club; Young 
Republicans Club 



James Nathaniel Thomas Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Kappa Alpha Psi 
House President (3); LAS. 

Navy Pier Activities: Track Squad (1, 
2). Letter (1, 2) 

Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

Peter Edward Thomas Sandoval 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculturt 
Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Education 
Centralia Township Junior College 



Sandra Rose Thomas Spring Valley 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Palamar 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Theta Sigma Phi; 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); Young Republi- 
cans Club 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



William Dean Thomas Harrington 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Tomahawk; Y.M.C.A. (2, 3); Football 
Marching Band (1, 2, 3) ; First Regimental 
Band (3); Second Regimental Band (1, 
2) ; Wesley Foundation Student Council 
(2, 3, 4) ; Agricultural Ecoonmics Club 



Carl Russell Thompson Freeport 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 

University of Colorado 



Charles Lewis Thompson. .. .Browning 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculture 
Alpha Tau Alpha, President (4) ; Disciples 
Foundation Student Council (1, 2) ; Agri- 
cultural Education Club 









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Charles Wilmer Thompson. . . .Palatine 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Studies 
Theta Delta Chi 
Illini Union Committee (2) ; Junior Fenc- 
ing Manager; Alpha Rho Tau (2) 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Charles Wilson Thompson Chicago 

Journalism 

Radio-Television 

Phi Kappa Sigma 

Sigma Delta Chi; Illini Union Committee 

(1); Campus Chest (1); Captain, Air 

Force ROTC ; Arnold Air Society (3, 4) 



Florence Cynthia Thompson. .Steward 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Teacher Training in English 

Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 

University Theatre Crew (2) ; Wesley 

Foundation Student Council (2) ; Future 

Teachers of America; N.C.T.E. 

Monmouth College ; College of William 
and Mary 

Jane Elisabeth Thompson. . .Lake Villa 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

English Literature 

Evans Hall 

Newman Foundation Student Council (4) 



Robert Thompson Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Rifle and Pistol Club 



Janet Ruth Thorson Forest Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
St. Olaf College 




Bonnie Ann Tidd Oswego 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Presby Hall 
The Daily Illini (2); Student Senate (3); 
Future Teachers of America 



Donald Louis Tiedeman. .East St. Louis 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Barton House 
Alpha Phi Omega ; Freshman Week Com- 
mittee (4); Ensign, NROTC; Cyclothem 
Club 



Thomas Charles Tiffany Lincoln 

Commerce 
Management 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 
Lincoln College 



David Alan Tillema Louisville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Acacia 
Sachem; Mask and Bauble; University 
Theatre Manager (3); University Theatre 
Crew (1) ; Senior Fencing Manager (4) ; 
Athletic Council (4) ; Young Republicans 
Club 





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Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



William Francis Thompson. .. .Chicago 
Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Phi Epsilon Kappa; Navy Pier Alumni As- 
sociation; Physical Education Majors Club 

Navy Pier Activities : Football Squad 
(1), Captain (1); Host of Illini, President 
(2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Hans Herman Thun, Jr Sheldon 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
A.I.A. 
Honors Day (3) 



Raymond Ronald Thonn 

Elmwood Park 
Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Noble House 
Tribe of Illini (3, 4); Varsity Baseball 
Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 4), Captain 
(4) ; Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad ; 
Physical Education Majors Club 

Jeanette Grace Thornburgh 

Mansfield 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Palamar 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); Spanish Club 
Honors Day (3) 



George Lloyd Tillmann Joliet 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 
Joliet Junior College 



Jack Donald Tinkler Lansing 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemical Engineering 

Alpha Chi Sigma 

Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda 

Upsilon; A.I.Ch.E. 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Harold James Tippett Galena 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Economics 
Agricultural Economics Club 
Honors Day (2) 



George Warner Tjardes. . . .Gibson City 
Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Illi-Dell 
Alpha Zeta; All-Ag Field Day Committee 
(2, 3, 4) ; Plowboy Prom Committee; Hoof 
and Horn Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Lynn Tobin Springfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Social Studies 
Pi Beta Phi 
The Daily Illini (1) ; University Theatre 
Manager (3) ; University Theatre Crew 
(2) ; McKinley Foundation, President (4) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 





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Gerald Vincent Todd Forest Park 

Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
College Hall 
Ma-Wan-Da; M.I. A. Executive Council (2, 
3, 4) ; Newman Foundation Student Coun- 
cil (2, 3) ; Campus Chest Allocations and 
Advisory Board (2, 3) ; Freshman Week 
Committee (3); A.S.M.E.; Industrial En- 
gineering Society; Western Society of Engi- 
neers, President (4) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Gerald Nelson Tollefsrud. . .Roclcford 
Commerce 
Personnel Management 
The Daily Illini (1) ; Ulini Writers (1, 2) ; 
French Club; Society for the Advancement 
of Management 



Carol Virginia Tomlinson Vrbana 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Busey Hall 
Wesley Foundation Student Council (4) ; 
Home Economics Club 



Wayne Tomlinson Rushville 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 

Agricultural Economics Club; Field and 
Furrow; Industrial Education Society 



Charles Larry Tompkins. . . .Galesburg 

Fine and Applied Arts 

City Planning 

Kappa Sigma 

Wa-Na-See; Skull and Crescent; University 

Theatre Crew (1); Junior Interfraternity 

Council (1); Cheerleader (3, 4), Captain 

(4); Forsite (1, 2, 3, 4); Dolphins (1, 2, 

3, 4); Illini Traditions Committee (3, 4) 



Richard George Torpe. . .Elmwood Parle 
Commerce 
Management 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
The Ulio (1) ; Illini Union Committee (1) ; 
House President (4) ; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 



Marjorie Ann Tostberg Quincy 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Arbor Suites 
Future Teachers of America; Young Re- 
publicans Club 

Park College ; Western Illinois State Uni- 
versity 



Gerald Robert Tot all Waukegan 

Commerce 
Management 
Calhoun Hall 
Sachem; M.I. A. Executive Council (2); 
House President (1); Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 



Charmaine Pauline Tourville 

Park Ridge 
Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Theta Upsilon 
Iota Delta Pi; Illini Union Board (4); 
Major Chairman, Dances, Illini Union Com- 
mittee (3); Illini Union Council (3, 4); 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2, 3) ; Illini 
Union Student Director (4) ; I. U.S.A. Bar- 
berettes (1); Home Economics Club; Fu- 
ture Teachers of America 

Lillian Morris Tower. . .Downers Grove 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Mathematics 
Northern Illinois State University 



Euoene Lawrence Trautvetter. .Tioga 
Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Council 
(3); Agricultural Education Club; Hoof 
and Horn Club; Illini Sportsman's Club 
Honors Day (3) 



Stewart Armstrong Trimble. . .Vrbana 
Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Delta Upsilon 
The Daily Illini (1); University Theatre 
Crew (1) ; Swimming Manager (1) ; Mili- 
tary Ball Committee (2) ; Lieutenant. 
Junior Grade, NROTC; Scabbard and 
Blade (3, 4) ; Society for the Advancement 
of Management; Young Democrats Club 

Simeon Ross Trotter Carthage 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Delta Upsilon 
Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Mask and Bauble; 
The Daily Illini (1); The Ulio (1); Uni- 
versity Theatre Manager (3, 4) ; University 
Theatre Cast ( 3 ) ; University Theatre Crew 
(2); Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Com- 
merce Council (3, 4) ; University Theatre 
Board (4) 

Phillip Lee Troutman Decatur 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Tau 

Millikin University 



Lynn Charles Truckenbrod . . . M endota 

Agriculture 

Agronomy 

Farm House 

Alpha Zeta; S.N.I.B. (2); Agriculture 

Council (3) ; Agriculture Economics Club; 

Plowboy Prom Committee (2) ; Field and 

Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club; Illini 

Sportsman's Club; Rifle and Pistol Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

John Cullen True .... Davenport, Iowa 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
El Patio 
Beta Alpha Psi ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Albert August Tubinas Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
A.I.A. ; Lithuanian Student Club 

Wilson Junior College; Roosevelt Uni- 
versity; Navy Pier Extension of the Univer- 
sity of Illinois 



John Michael Tucker Champaign 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Chi Gamma Iota ; Lieutenant Junior Grade, 
NROTC; Accountancy Club 
Honors Days (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Ruxton TUCKER Crystal Lake 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Delta Upsilon 
Wa-Na-See; Skull and Crescent; The Ulio 
(1) ; Star Course Manager (2) ; House 
President (4) ; Men's Glee Club (2, 3) ; 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Irene Loretta Turek Berwyn 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Illini Union Committee (3) 
University of Miami 












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Rae Della Turnbull 

University City, Missouri 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Stratford House 
Ottawa University 



Russell Clarence Turner, Jr.. .Oswego 
Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Park Lane Lodge 
House President (4) ; Field and Furrow 
Honors Day (2) 



Janet Lee Turney Cerro Gordo 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
McKinley Hall 
Shorter Board; Alpha Chron; Phi Upsilon 
Omicron; Mini Union Committee (1); 
Women's Gleo Club (1, 2. 3); Wesley 
Foundation Student Council (2) ; Home 
Economics Council (4) ; Plowboy Prom 
Committee (2, 3) ; Home Economics Club, 
President (4) 

Antoinette Denise Twine Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

English 

Alpha Kappa Alpha 

W.A.A. (1, 2); House President (3); 

Orchesis (1, 4), President (2); French 

Club; Future Teachers of America 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Herbert Charles Tygett Herrin 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Interfraternity Executive Council (2); 
Military Ball Committee (4); Lieutenant 
Colonel, Air Force ROTC ; Air Force Coun- 
cil (3, 4); Armed Forces Council (4t: 
Arnold Air Society (3, 4) ; Marketing Club 



Nancy Joan Tyner Champaign 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Chi Omega 
Illini Union Committee (1) 
Honors Day (1) 



Alfred Hunt Uhalt, Jr. 

New Orleans, Louisiana 
Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Sigma Tau ; Arnold Air Society (3, 4); 
I.A.S. 

Millsaps College 



Shirley Jeanne Uher Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
T-Dorms 
W.A.A. (1) 

Navy Pier Activities: Engineering Coun- 
cil (2) ; A.I.A. (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Paul Buscher Uhlenhop Litchfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Sciences 
Beta Theta Pi 
Student Senate (1, 2, 3, 4); N.S.A. 
Senate Subcommittee (1, 2, 3); LAS 
Council (1); Military Ball Committee (2, 
3); Lieutenant Colonel, NROTC; Navy 
Council (1, 4); Spanish Club; Voting 
Democrats Club 

Benedict Ungar Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Four Columns 

New York University; DePaul L T niver- 
sity 



Gerald Unks Morton 

Education 
Civics 
Delta Chi 
Alpha Phi Omega; Mask and Bauble; Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (3, 4) ; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (3) ; Young Republicans 
Club 



Elizabeth Julia Uraxi Chicago 

Education 

Elemental- ii Education 
Theta Upsilon 
Illini Union Council (1, 2): University 
Theatre Crew (3); Future Teachers of 
America 



Rit hard Anthony Urban Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engines ring 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Illini Campus Amvets 
Post No. 202 



Robert Biagio Urzi Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Enginet ring 

A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E.; I.A.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Eugene George Uttenweiler . . .Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Accountancy Club; Illini Campus Amvets 

Post No. 202 

Texas Western College ; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the L x niversitv of Illinois 



Roman John Vanagtjnas Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Lithuanian Students Club 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Joan Van Der Vliet Homewood 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Social Studies 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
McKinley Foundation Student Council 1 4) 
Colorado College 



Edward Van Drunen South Holland 

Agriculture 
Flo ricult tin 
Pi Alpha Xi ; Freshman Varsity Track 
Squad ; Floriculture Club 
Calvin College 



Doris Marie Vanis Berwyn 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Psychology 
Alpha Xi Delta 
W.A.A. (1); Women's Glee Club (1, 2, 
3. 4); I. U.S.A. Barberettes (2) 



Albert Leslie Van Maele. . .Springfield 
Engineering 
Mining 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air Society 
Springfield Junior College 












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James Norman Van Praag Decatur 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Scarab; Major I (2); A.I.A. 



Sara Jean "Vaughn Lincoln 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Delta Delta Delta 
Mortar Board; Torch; Shi-Ai, President; 
Alpha Lambda Delta, President ; Mask and 
Banble; Phi Alpha Theta ; University Thea- 
tre Manager (1, 2, 3); University Theatre 
Crew (1, 2) ; Star Course Manager (1, 2) ; 
Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2); Panhellenic Execu- 
tive Council (2, 3) ; Panhellenic-W.G.S. 
Coordinating Committee (3, 4); House 
President (4); LAS Council (1. 2); Pan- 
hellenic Ball Committee (1); Panhellenic 
Board of Affairs (3, 4) 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key (3) 

Ellis Veech, Jr Belli, ill,' 

Journalism 

Advertising 
The Daily Mini (1, 2); Campus Chest 
(1, 2); Illini Sportsman's Club; Market- 
ing Club 

Lawrence William Venable 

Springfield 
Division of Special Services 
Insurance 
Delta Tau Delta 
Junior Interfraternity Council (2) ; Men's 
Glee Club (2, 3) ; Illini Insurance Society 
Springfield Junior College ; Tulane-Pen- 
sacola University 

Edna Muriel Vick Ch icago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English Literature 






Philip Edwards Vierling Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Men's Residence Halls 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Anton Lad Yilt Coal cilii 

Agriculture 
Floriculture 
] Hi-Dell 
Floriculture Club; Marketing Club 



Vitalija Ni.tole Yilutis Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
T-Dorms 

Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Carolyn Dumoxt Yilven liantoul 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Theta Upsilon 
Illini Union Committee (1, 3) ; University 
Theatre Crew (1, 2) 
Honors Day (1) 



Marvin Yinar Rock Island 

Engineering 
Industrial Engineering 
S.I.E.S. 
Honors Day (2) 



Charles Joseph Vitale Springfield 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Marketing Club 
Springfield Junior College 



Irene Tresa Vogel Benson 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Rosewood 
Home Economics Club 



Leroy Allen Yogt 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Elgin Community College 



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Yerxa Mae Yogt Metropolis 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Philea 
S.N.I.B. (2, 3); Home Economics Club 
'1. 2, 3, 4) 



James Anthony Yolz El Paso 

Commerce 
. Accountancy 

Das Haus 
House President (4) ; Accountancy Club 



Richard Walter Yorreyer Cicero 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Ma-Wan-Da; Tribe of Illini (3); Yarsity 
Baseball Squad (3), Letter (3); Freshman 
Varsity Squad; Physical Education Majors 
Club 



James Sam Vrentas Danville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Enginei i "<•> 
Alpha Chi Sigma 
Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon; A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Terry' Marshall Wade .. Columbus, Ohio 

Journalism 

Advertising 

Phi Kappa Sigma 

Alpha Delta Sigma (4); The Daily Illini 

Business Manager (4) ; First Lieutenant, 

Army ROTC ; Phi Chi Eta (3, 4) 



Allen Walter Wagner Marissa 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Uli-Dell 
Agricultural Council (3. 4); Plowboy 
Prom Committee (3, 4) ; Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Club; Agriculture Club; Dairy Pro- 
duction Club ; Hoof and Horn Club 
Belleville Township Junior College 



Gene Allen Wagner Shumway 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (3) 













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Robert Fred Wagner. . .Evergreen Park 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Alpha Phi Omega; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1) 

Valparaiso Technical Institute 



Donald Christopher Wahlb . . Evanston 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management 
Honors Day (1) 

Northwestern University 



Judith Ann Walbright Metropolis 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Theta TJpsilon 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2, 3) ; Univer- 
sity Theatre Cast (3); University Theatre 
Crew (1) ; WILL (4) ; Freshman Week 
Committee (4) 



Carol Joan Walker Spring Valley 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Palamar 
Zeta Phi Eta; Young Republicans Club 
LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 



Dale Martin Walsh Pekin 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Noble House 
Illini Union Committee (4) ; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 



Edward Lenord Walsh Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Sigma Tau ; Illini Campus Amvets Post 
No. 202; I.A.S. 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Wright Junior College ; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 

Gabrielle Walters Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Mask and Bauble; University Theatre Man- 
ager (3) ; University Theatre Crew (2, 3) ; 
House President (4) ; Young Democrats 
Club 

Loyola University 

Michael Wiley Walters Winnetka 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Tribe of Illini (2, 3, 4) ; Varsity Gym- 
nastics Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2 ,3, 4) ; 
Freshman Varsity Gymnastics Squad ( 1 ) 
Lake Forest College 






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Anna M. Porter Wall 

Fulton, Kentucky 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Sociology Club; Young Democrats Club 
Fisk University 



David Milton Waltz Springfield 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Wesmen 
Accountancy Club ; Marketing Club ; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management 



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John William Wall Glenview 

Commerce 
Management 
Illi-Knights 

North Park College 



Ronald George Wallace Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 

Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Stuart Charles Wallace Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
Junior Interfraternity Council; Account- 
ancy Club 



Natalie Ida Wallentine Moline 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Philea 
Future Teachers of America; Young Re- 
publicans Club 

Augustana College 



Hubert Clark Walls Paris 

Agriculture 

Teacher Training in Agriculture 

Das Haus 

Alpha Tau Alpha; House President (3); 

McGarvey Foundation (3, 4); Agriculture 

Education Club; Field and Furrow 



Dale Miller Walwark Belleville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Phi Delta Theta 
Skull and Crescent, President (2) ; Illini 
Union Committee (1); Junior Interfrater- 
nity Council (1) ; Second Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC 



Calvin Ke-Mino Wang. .Nanking, China 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Tomahawk; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); 
A.S.C.E.; Hawaii Club; Chinese Students 
Club; Little United Nations 



Carl Chang-Tao Wang. .Hankow, Hupci 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Mu Epsilon; 
Chinese Students Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Taiwan National University 

David Lloyd Ward Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Praetorians 
Alpha Delta Sigma ; Sigma Delta Chi ; 
The Daily Illini (1); House President 
(3) ; Illini Forensic Association; Market- 
ing Club; Praetorians; Society for the 
Advancement of Management 

Wright Junior College 

Randall Walter Ward 

Daytona Beach, Florida 
Division of Special Services 
Economics 
Honors Day (1, 3) 








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Donald Robert Warner. . . .Blue Island 
Commerce 
Management 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Campus Chest (2); I. U.S. A. Barbershop- 
pers (2) ; Military Ball Committee (2) ; 
Ensign, NROTC; Navy Council (4); Fi- 
nance Club; Society for the Advancment 
of Management 



Creiqhton Stanley Warren .... Chicago 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 

DePaul University, Kansas State Col- 
lege ; Kansas University ; Colorado Uni- 
versity, Illinois Institute of Technology; 
Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 

Jerry Joe Warren Flora 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Alpha Tau Alpha; Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC ; Pershing Rifles (1, 2 ) ; Zeta 
Sigma Alpha (3, 4), President (4) ; Agri- 
cultural Education Club; Dairy Production 
Club 



David Alan Washburn Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Psychology 
Wright Junior College 



Marilyn Ann Waters Mattoon 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Sigma Kappa 
Sigma Alpha Iota; Ulini Union Committee 
(1); First Regimental Band (1, 2); 
University Chorus (1); Oratorio Society 
(2, 3) 



Phillip Dean Watson Westfield 

Veterinary Medicine 
Veterinary Medicine 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Student Veterinary Medical Association; 
Omega Tau Sigma 

Eastern Illinois State University 



Robert Stuart Watts Rochelle 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Son's Home 
Tomahawk, President (2); 
Omega; Drum Major (2, 3, 
Marching Band (1, 2, 3, 4); First Regi- 
mental Band (2, 3, 4) ; Second Regimental 
Band (2) ; Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
Ulini Sportsman's Club 



Alpha Phi 
4) ; Football 



Harold Edgar Weaver Champaign 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Alpha Eta Rho ; Flying Club; I.A.S. 



Joanne Louise Weaver 

Buffalo, New York 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History of Art 
Sigma Kappa 
University of Buffalo 



Stanley Newell Webb Allendale 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management ; Spanish Club 
National University of Mexico 



Craig Rankin Webber Vrbana 

Commerce 
Management 
Acacia 
Sachem; Skull and Crescent; The Illio 
(1, 2, 3); Ensign, NROTC; Navy Council 
(4); Rho Epsilon; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 



Alice Ann Weber San Jose 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Delta Delta Delta 
Alpha Lambda Delta ; Ulini Union Com- 
mittee (1, 2, 3) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Lois Mae Weber Melvin 

Education 
Elementary Education 
McKinley Hall 
Lutheran Foundation Student Council (2, 
3, 4), President (3) 



Robert Gene Wedeking Raymond 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Wesley Foundation Student Council (2, 
3, 4) ; Agriculture Extension Club 
University of Maryland 



Fred Charles Weeks Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Alpha Sigma PI 
University Theatre Crew (1) ; Interfrater- 
nity Ball Committee (2) 



Frederick Freeman Wegener 

Evergreen Park 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Scarab (2, 3, 4) 



Grovenor Grant Weichbrodt 

Frankfort 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Theta Chi 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Lambda 
Upsilon; Illini Union Committee (1, 2); 
A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors Day (1, 3) 

Arthur David Weinstein 

Highland Park 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Lundgren 
Nu Beta Epsilon; The Daily Illini (1, 2, 
3, 4) 



Lester Seymour Weinstine. . . .Sterling 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Phi Sigma Delta 
Star and Scroll ; Campus Chest ; Interfra- 
ternity Executive Council (1, 2, 3 ) ; Fresh- 
man Council; Varsitv Tennis Squad (1, 
2, 3) ; Greek Week Committee (2); LAS 
Council (2) ; Finance Club 



Richard Bruce Weisbaum Chicago 

Agriculture 

Food Technology 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Omega Beta Pi; The Daily Illini (1, 2); 

I.U.S.A. Barbershoppers (1, 2) ; Young 

Democrats Club 






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Donna Lynx Weiss Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Alpha Chron ; Psi Chi; University Reli- 
gious Council (2) ; Hillel Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (2); Young Democrats Club 



Joyce Roberta Weissman Skolcie 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Psi Chi: Student Senate (4); Women's 
Glee Club (1, 2); Oratorio Society (3); 
Sociology Club. President (4) ; National 
Student Congress Delegate (3, 4) 



George James Weith 

Perryville, Missouri 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Scarab 



Peter Andre Weitzel Parle Ridge 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Skull and Crescent: 
Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Ulini (1, 2, 
3. 4). Editor-in-Chief (4) 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Kermit Reed Wells Laivrenceville 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 

Tara 
University Theatre Cast (3) ; University 
Theatre Crew (4); University Choir (1, 
2); Oratorio Societv (1, 2); Military Ball 
Committee (3): Major, Army ROTC: Al- 
pha Rho Tau (2) : Young Democrats Club 
(3) ; M.E.N. C. (4) 
Honors Day (3) 

Kroeger Conservatory of Music 

Lei. and Clark Wells Farina 

Agriculture 

Vocational Agricult tire 

Gar-men 

Alpha Tau Alpha; House President (3); 

First Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Phalanx 

(3, 4): Agricultural Education Club 



Richard Eugene Wells Port Byron 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Biology 
Augustana College 



Earl Allen Wernsman Vernon 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Honors Dav (2. 3) 



Barbara Ann Wescott 

Meadville, Pennsylvania 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Fehner House 
Phi Kappa Phi : Alpha Lambda Delta ; 
House President (3); University Orches- 
tra (1, 2. 3, 4); University Chorus (1) 
Honors Day (1, 2. 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Gary Wayne Wesson Leland 

Agriculture 
Soil Conservation 
Uli-Dell 
Ulini Christian Fellowship (3. 4): Field 
and Furrow; Hoof and Horn Club 
Illinois State Normal University 



Kenneth Edwin West Ottawa 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Football Manager (1, 2); A.S.C.E. 



Ronald Glenn Westbrook Peoria 

Engineering 

Mechanical E ngineering 

Medea 

House President (4) ; Basketball Manager 

(2); A.S.M.E.; S.A.E.; "Indee" Co-editor 



(4) 



X \n'cy Lee Westeeer Wyoming 

Physical Education 

Physical Ed ucatio it 
Hoste House 
Major I (3): W.A.A. Numerals (2); 
W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; House President (3) ; 
Physical Education Majors Club 



Robert Milton Wetherell. / West Union 

Agriculture 

Farm Management 

Agricultural Economics Club; Field and 

Furrow 



Hilbert Emanuel Weyer Chicago 

Commerce 
Economics 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Navy Pier Activities: President Student 
Congress (3) ; Activities Honorary Society 
(3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Jordan Marshall Wexler Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A I E.E.-I.R.E. 



George Pexnel Wheatland 

Glenside, Pennsyh ania 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Stadium Terrace 
Marketing Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Joseph Clarke Whixery Urbana 

Fine and Applied Aits 
Music Education 
University Choir (1); Oratorio Society 
(1) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Robert R. Whipkey Laivrenceville 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Sigma Pi 
I.A.S.; Rifle and Pistol Club 
Honors Day (2) 

Eastern Illinois State College; Vincennes 
University 



Donald Phillip White Oregon 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Chi Epsilon; Captain, Army 
ROTC; Society of American Military Engi- 
neers (3, 4) ; A.S.C.E. 

N;rwich University Lnivercit;, of 
Southern California 








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Max Lee Whitman Cameron 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Theta Xi 
Major I (4); Tribe of Illini (4); Senior 
Gymnastic's Manager (4) ; Gymnastic's 
Manager (1, 2, 3); Athletic Council (4); 
l.S.G.E. 



James Morrow Whittaker Toulon 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Economics 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); S.N.I.B. (3, 4); 
All-Ag Field Day Committee (2) ; Plowboy 
Prom Committee (3) ; Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Club; Agriculture Club; Dairy 
Production Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof 
and Horn Club; Rifle and Pistol Club 

Terry Carlisle Whitten Havana 

Division of Special Services 
Marketing 
Sigma Pi 

Bradley University; Hancock College; 
San Jose State 



Robert Lee Whittenbarger 

Chatsworth 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Son's Home 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Synton 



Lobby Leroy Whittington. . .UrarcviVe 
Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculture 
Illinois Baptist Student Union House 
Baptist Student Union Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (3, 4) ; Agricultural Educa- 
tion Club 

Joliet Junior College 



Loren Ieord Wickert Plymouth 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Browery 
Agricultural Economics Club 

Western Illinois State University 



Robert Henry Wickert Peoria 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Phi Eta Sigma; Society for the Advance- 
incut of Management 
Honors Day (1) 



Richard Frank Wicks. .. .McLeansboro 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculture 
Agricultural Education Club; Field ami 
Furrow 

Southern Illinois University 



William Widugiris, Jr Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Phi Delta 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
nl' Illinois 



Leslie Rudolph Wieduwilt Jr. 

Edwardsville 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Balmoral 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Societv of 
American Military Engineers (I); AS. 
C.E. 



Robert G. Wieneke Geneseo 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Western Illinois State Teachers College ; 
V.ugustana College 



Walter Werner Wierwille 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Evans Scholars 
Pi Kappa Lambda; Sigma Tan; Tan Beta 
Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Ela Kappa Nu; M.I. A. 
Executive Council (3, 4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

William Joseph Wiessing. . .Springfield 
( 'nmmerce 
Accountancy 
Beta Gamma Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Ac- 
countancy Club; Marketing Club 
Honors Day (3) 

Springfield Junior College 



Robert Dean Wiliiuit Paris 

Division of Special Services 
Management 
Sigma Tau Gamma 
Chi Gamma Iota; Alpha Kappa Psi; Uni- 
versity Choir (1, 2, 4); Madrigal Chorus 
(2, 3); Oratorio Society (1, 2); Seabury 
Foundation Student Council (3); Society 
for the Advancement of Management 



Patricia Ruth Wilken Wheaton 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Second Regimental 
Band (1); University Chorus (1); Phy- 
sical Education Majors Club 



Frederick Scott Will /.ion 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Frazier and Helms Dormitory 
Alpha Phi Omega; Illini Sportsman's Club; 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management ; Young Republicans 
Club 



Barbara Ellen Williams Edlnhurg 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Sigma Kappa 
Mortar Board; Torch; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Zeta Phi Eta, Presi- 
dent (4); The Illio (1, 2, 3, 4), Associate 
Editor (4) ; Illini Union Committee (2, 
3, 4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (3) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

.Peotone 



Robert Richard Williams.... 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. 
North Central College 






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Western Springs 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Gargoyle; Sigma Tau; Oratorio Society 
(4) ; A. LA. 

Ripon College ; Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois 



Thomas Martin Williams. .. .Belleville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Latin American. Studies 

Parade Ground Units 

House President (1, 2); Gizz Kids (1, 2, 

3, 4) ; Delta Sigma Omicron (1, 2, 3, 4) 




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Jo Ann - Williamson TJrbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Kappa Kappa Ciaiimia 
Mortar Board; Torch; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Mask and Bauble; National Collegiate Play- 
ers; Zeta Phi Eta; University Theatre 
Manager (2, 3, 4) ; University Theatre 
Crew (1); McKinley Foundation Council 
(2) ; University Theatre Board (4) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Barbara Ann Willis TJrbana 

Physical Education 
Recreation 

Sigma Kappa 
W.A.A. (2, 3); Terrapin (1); Wesley 
Foundation Student Council (4) 
Christian Fellowship (3, 4) 
Recreational Society U. of 
Chapter 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Oberlin College 

John Philip Wilson Enoxville 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E.; 
Illini Sportsman's Club; Rifle and Pistol 
Club 
Honors Day (4) 



Lee Oliver Wilson Champaign 

Veterinary Medicine 
Veterinary Medicine 
Armory House 
I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (3) ; American 
Veterinary Medical Association 



Owen Dale Wilson Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
The Mansion 
Cyclothem Club 

Wright Junior College; Sacramento 
Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois 



Rwmond Gale Wilson Glen Ellyn 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Physics 
Physics Society 

Morton Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Robert Allen Wilson Normal 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Delta Chi 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; University 
Theatre Crew (2, 3); Football Marching 
Band (1, 2, 3); First Regimental Band 
(1, 2, 3); Young Republicans Club; 
I.D.S.A. 



Gkne Kent Wineland Flora 

Engineering 
Mining Engineering 
Phi Delta Theta 
Ma-Wan-Da; The Illio (1); Tribe of Illini 
(4); Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors (3, 4); 
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (3); Y.M.C.A. Committee 
(1, 2); Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad; 
Basketball Manager (1, 2, 3, 4); Senior 
Basketball Manager (4) ; Athletic Council 
(4) ; Freshman Week Committee (3) ; First 
Lieutenant, Army ROTC; M.I.S. 

Barbara Janice Winick Chicago 

Education 
English 
Delta Phi Epsilon 
Junior Panhel Council (1); Hillel Founda- 
tion Student Council (2); Teachers-in- 
Training Club; Future Teachers of America 



Jewel Eleanor Winkler Alton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Busey Hall 
University Theatre Crew (1); Illini For- 
ensic Association 



Jack Siierle Winnick Rockford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; A.I.Ch.E.; Young Democrats 
Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Tennis Team (1) ; 
Engineering Council (1, 2) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 

Joyce Ann Winter Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Phi Mu 
W.A.A. Board (3); University Choir (1); 
Home Economics Club 



Rich utu Swift Winton Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Delta Upsilon 
Interfraternity Executive Council (2) ; 
Junior Interfraternity Council (1) ; Mar- 
keting Club; Society for the Advancement 
of Management; Young Republicans Club 

Larry Ray Wiseman Robinson 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Alpha Rho 
Tau (3, 4) ; Junior Bar Association 
George Washington University 



Walter P. Witkovich Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Harvey William Wittenberg. . .Chicago 

Journalism 

Radio and Television 

Praetorians 
Wa-Na-See; Sigma Delta Chi; The Dailv 
Illini (3, 4); WILL (3, 4); Hillel Stu- 
dent Council Foundation (3, 4); WPGU 
(3, 4); Navy Pier Alumni Association; 
Praetorians 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini (2); 
Football Manager (1, 2); Varsity Wrest- 
ling Squad (1, 2); Varsity Tennis Squad 
(2) 

Gene Henry Wojciechowski 

Calumet City 
Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Newman Hall 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Physics Society 
Honors Day (3) 

Illinois State Normal University 

Richard Emil Wold Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Chi Gamma Iota ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



George Willard Wolf Mansfield 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Illi-Dell 
Alpha Zeta; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2); 
All-Ag Field Day Committee (2) ; Plow- 
boy Prom Committee (2) ; Dairy Produc- 
tion Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Rifle and 
Pistol Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Sam Robert Wolf Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Flagg House 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Activities: Student Council 
(2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



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Ch wjlks Willis Wolfe Decatur 

Engineering 
Elect rical E ngineeHng 
Delta Chi 
House President (3) ; Football Marching 
Hand (2, 3, 4) ; First Regimental Band 
(1, 2, 3, 4); University Chorus (1); Cap- 
tain, Army ROTC ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Howard William Wolvk 
Commerce 
Economics 
Wright Junior College 



. Lincnlnwood 



Di;an Edwin Wollerman Ramsey 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Phi Eta .Sigma; Second Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Military Council (3); Pershing 
Rifles (1, 2, 3, 4); Field and Furrow 
Honors Day { 1 ) 



Marvin- George Worley, Jr Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Junior Interfraternity Council (3) ; A. I. A. 
Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Robert Stanley Wozniax. .Blue Island 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Evans Scholars 

Sigma Tau : Phi Eta Sigma; Chi Epsilon; 
Sno-Ball Committee (3); A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Bernice Eugenia Weight Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Orchesis (4); French Club; Future Teach- 
ers of America 

University of Southern California; Art 
Institute of Chicago 











Joseph Everette Womele Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Gail Donna Wonderlin Decatur 

Education 
Etc me nta rif Ed neat to n 
Kappa. Alpha Theta 

Mortar Roard. President (4); Torch; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Illini Union Committee 
(1, 2); Campus Chest (2, 3, 4); Univer- 
sity Religious Council (2, 3) ; McKinley 
Foundation Student Council (2, 3) ; 
Campus Chest Allocations and Advisorv 
Board (4) 
Honors Day (1) 

Bykord Earl Wood Wayne City 

Veterinary Medicine 

Veterinary Medicine 
Student A'eterinary Medical Ass'n 

Southern Illinois University; University 
of Maine; Universitv of Alabama 



Mar.iorie Ann Wood Sullivan 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Busey Hall 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); Home Eco- 
nomics Club; Marketing Club; Rifle and 
Pistol Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Rofikrt Dean Wood Mt. Carmel 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Wa-Na-See; Major, Army ROTC; Pershing 
Rifles (1, 2, 3, 4); Zeta Sigma Alpha 
(3, 4); Agriculture Education Club; Field 
and Furrow 
Honors Day (2) 



Donald Woodcock Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Eta Sigma ; Accountancy Club ; Fi- 
nance Club; Society for the Advancement 
of Management 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Roosevelt University; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 

Robert Earl Woods Mt. Carmel 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (3) 



Bruce Hall Wright ileum 

Agriculture 
General .1 griculture 
Son's Home 
Agricultural Economics Club 



Ronald Wood Wright Louisville 

( Jommerce 
Management 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Society 
for the Advancement of Management 



Annette Elaine Wylie La Grange 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Elmhurst College 



Fred John Wymer Oak Park 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Chez Nous 

Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Eta Kappa Nu ; House President (2); 

A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

George Michael Wysup May-wood 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Lundgren Towers 
Captain, Army ROTC; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



James Frederich Yahnke. . . .Plain field 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Clark House 
Joliet Junior College 



Georgiana Pei-Fang Yang 

Slianghai, China 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Home Economics 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Chinese Students Club (3, 4); Home Eco- 
nomics Club (3, 4) 
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David Guy Yates Peoria 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); Wrestling, Var- 
sity Squad (2); Mini Sportsman's Club; 
Young Republicans Club 



Ronald DeWitt Yeast Atlanta 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Psi Upsilon 
Men's Glee Club (2, 3); A.S.A.E.; Illini 
Sportsman's Club 



S\ndi Ann Yonikus Decatur 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Millikin University 



Richard Louis York. .Arlington Heights 

Journalism 

Advertising 

Theta Xi 

The Daily Illini (3); Football Marching 

Band (3, 4) ; Second Regimental Band 

(1, 2, 3, 4) ; Uligreek (3) 

Russell Clark Youmans Ogden 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Farm House 
Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Y.M.C.A. Commit- 
tee (1, 2); Tribe of Illini (4); Track 
Manager (2, 3, 4) ; Senior Track Manager 
(4); Men's Gleo Club (1, 2); Disciples 
Foundation Student Council (1, 2, 3, 4); 
All-Ag Field Day Committee (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Chairman (3) ; Athletic Council President 
(4); Plowboy Prom Committee (1, 2, 3, 
4); First Class Petty Officer, NROTC; 
Agriculture Club ; Field and Furrow ; Hoof 
and Horn Club 

Ella Marie Young Highivood 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Busey Hall 
Alpha Lambda Delta ; Women's Glee Club 

(3, 4) 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

John William Young Peoria 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Bradley University 



Marcia Ann Young Casey 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
University Theatre Crew (1) ; Student Sen- 
ate < 1 ) ; Young Republicans Club 



Milton Jesse Young Chicago 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Sanford Tyler Young. . Western Springs 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemistry 

Delta Phi 

Alpha Phi Omega; Illini Union Committee 

(1, 2) ; A.C.S. 



Chia-Nien Yu CheEiang, China 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
A.C.S. ; Chinese Students Club; A.I.S. 

La Salle College; National Taiwan Uni- 
versity 



Ralph Henry Yunker Molcena 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E.; Young Republicans Club 

Monterey Peninsula College; Joliel 
Junior College 



Julia Ann Zacxery 

Education 
English 
Alpha Kappa Alpha 



. Champaign 



Alice Zanetakos Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Social Sciences 
Delta Zeta 
Illini Union Committee (4) ; University 
Theatre Crew (3); Student Senate (3); 
Terrapin (1); Illini Forensic Association; 
Sociology Club ; Young Democrats Club 



Herta Elizabeth Zauke Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Sigma Kappa 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (3,4); Gamma Delta; 
Future Teachers of America; Choir (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Felix Zalsadzki Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Noble House 
Accountancy Club; Finance Club 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Henry Zdebski Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E.; I.A.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Richard William Zeiner 

Waupun, Wisconsin 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Barton House 
Gargoyle; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; House 
President (3, 4) ; A.I.A. 
Honors Day (3, 4) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

University of Wisconsin 

Arlene Rhoda Zeller Chicago 

Journalism 

Editorial 

Lowry Lodge 

The Daily Illini (3, 4) ; I.P.C. Photography 

Staff (4) ; University Theatre Crew (1, 2) 



Alan Eugene Zengel Quincy 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Delta Tau Delta 
A.I.Ch.E. 



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Elliott C. Zimmerman 

University City, Missouri 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
lllini Union Committee (1, 2) ; University 
Theatre Manager (2) ; University Theatre 
Crew (1) ; Hillel Foundation Student 
Council (2) ; Engineering Council (4) ; 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Illuminating Engineering 
Society; Technical Director of Stunt Show 
(3, 4) 

John Henry Zimmerman Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Activities : Student Senate 
(2); Varsity Track Team (1, 2), Letter 
(2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Jean Zinseb Chillicothe 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Pi Kappa Lambda ; Sigma Alpha Iota ; 
Second Regimental Band (1); University 
Orchestra (3); Women's Glee Club (3, 4) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 
Knox College 

Sharon Esther Zirbes Tinley Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Chi Omega 
Thornton Junior College 



George Zoscak Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Bruno Charles Zubrzycki. . . .Belleville 
Commerce 
Management 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 



Laurence William Zuelke 

Melrose Park 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Landscape Architecture 
Theta Xi 
I. U.S. A. Barbershoppers (1, 2); Forsite 
(2, 3, 4), President (4) ; Landscape Archi- 
tecture Society; Rifle and Pistol Club 

Lewis Edward Zutousky Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Tomahawk; Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily 
lllini (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Rimantas Dirvonis Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Captain, Army ROTC; Lithuanian Students 
Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Richard Wanka Schiller Park 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 

Newman Hall 
Sigma Tau; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Activities : Varsity Basketball 
Squad (2), Letter (2) 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 







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Bernie Lee Allen Eldorado 

Veterinary Medicine 



Charles Gustav Anderson Joliet 

Veterinary Medicine 
Joliet Junior College 



Leroy George Biehl West Salem 

Veterinary Medicine 



Marcus Lafayette Brown, Jr. . .Enfield 
Veterinary Medicine 



George Fred Buchal lngleside 

Veterinary Medicine 
Colorado State University 



Norman Frederic Cornelius. . . .Melvin 
Veterinary Medicine 



William Thompson Davis 

Thompsonville 
Veterinary Medicine 
Southern Illinois University 



Robert Earl Fetzner La Grange 

Veterinary Medicine 
Augiistnna College 



Jay A. Firth Delacan 

Veterinary Medicine 



Robert Burns Goodwin Canton 

Veterinary Medicine 

















John Oscar Harris Mendota 

Veterinary Medicine 

Jorg H. Hoogeweg Vrbana 

Veterinary Medicine 
Hochschule Passau 

Allen Joesten, Jr Rochelle 

Veterinary Medicine 



Jerrold Stuart Michaels Chicago 

Veterinary Medicine 



Bettv Walters Kjellstrom 

Buffalo Bart 
Veterinary Medicine 



Theodore Ernest Kjellstrom 

Buffalo Hart 
Veterinary Medicine 



ALBERT JUNIOR KOLTVEIT Pontiac 

Veterinary Medicine 

Joseph Irving Lbvequb Vrbana 

Veterinary Medicine 

Nancy Wood Lbveque Vrbana 

Veterinary Medicine 
Michigan State University 



William Winthrop Lovett, Jr. 
Veterinary Medicine 



Geneva 



Lyle S. McCullough Little York 

Veterinary Medicine 



Charles Arnold Miner, Jr.. . .Elmhurst 
Veterinary Medicine 
University of Nebraska 



James Dodds Pulliam Auburn 

Veterinary Medicine 



Frank Charles Riley Aurora 

Veterinary Medicine 
Kappa Delta Rho 



Richard Anthony Schiltz. . . .Elizabeth 
Veterinary Medicine 



John Edward Schmidt Park Ridge 

Veterinary Medicine 
Carleton College; Bradley University 

Alan Lee Springer Berwyn 

Veterinary Medicine 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Edward Robert Symonds Victoria 

Veterinary Medicine 



Paul Larue Trovillion, Jr. .. .Golconda 
Veterinary Medicine 
Murray State College 



Robert Charles Willand Chicago 

Veterinary Medicine 











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Dr. Herbert E. Longenecker, Vice President of the University of Illinois 



CHICAGO 

PROFESSIONAL 

COLLEGES 



The CHICAGO PROFESSIONAL COL- 
LEGES of the University of Illinois constitute 
a major resource for the development of Illinois 
youth in the health professions. 

To support its educational programs in MED- 
ICINE, DENTISTRY, PHARMACY, NURS- 
ING, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY, SOCIAL 
WORK, and MEDICAL ILLUSTRATION, the 
University has close working relationships with 
the many adjacent medical institutions. 

Beyond teaching, the faculty and student 
body have a most important role in advancing 
the health of all people by their contributions 
to our knowledge through basic scientific re- 
search and clinical investigation. From the 
laboratories of these COLLEGES and those of 
the University's RESEARCH AND EDUCA- 
TIONAL HOSPITALS there has been a steadily 
growing body of knowledge and experience of 
inestimable value. Through a division of the 
University's GRADUATE COLLEGE, research 
and graduate study leading to advanced de- 
grees is encouraged. 

Herbert E. Longenecker 



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tional Hospitals and associate Union 

dean of the College of Medicine 



ADMINISTRATIVE 
OFFICIALS 




Howard A. Hazelton, business Harry G. Higgins, administrator 
manager of the Research and Educational 

Hospitals 

George F. McGregor, associate 

director of non-academic Margaret D. Johnson, food 

personnel service manager 




Harry W. Pearce, 
George R. Moon, examiner and Superintendent of buildings 
recorder and grounds 



Wilma Troxel, librarian 



John H. Worthington, manager 
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University of Illinois Chicago Professional 
Colleges present a diversified picture of 
campus life. Here both graduate and under- 
graduate students recieve their professional 
training. Half of the student body com- 
mutes to school, while the other half lives 
on campus. Nearly a third of those enrolled 
are married. The campus atmosphere as a 
whole encourages individual initiative and 
thinking. 



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The College of Dentistry, affiliated with the 
University of Illinois since 1901, became an 
organic part of the University in 1913. In 
1937, the college moved into the Dental- 
Medical-Pharmacy Building where it now 
shares facilities with the College of Medicine. 
The expansion and improvement of both clini- 
cal and laboratory space in recent years has 
permitted the College to accept ninety first- 
year students for dental training. 

The purposes of the College are: 

1. To prepare dentists to diagnose and treat 
diseases of the oral structure, and, so far as 
present knowledge permits, to prevent these 
diseases. 

2. To prepare graduate students for the 
practice of the oral specialties such as oral 
surgery and orthodontics. 

3. To add to the existing knowledge of the 
normal processes of the body, and of the eti- 
ology and control of disease. 



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4. To educate teachers and researchers who 
are qualified to prepare others for dental prac- 
tice, teaching and research. 

5. To bring to practicing dentists informa- 
tion concerning the latest theories and tech- 
niques in dentistry. 

In achieving these goals, cooperation among 
the University Colleges that prepare students 
for the health professions, is important. These 
colleges and the hospital are housed in the 
same or adjacent buildings, and are associated 
in both research and teaching. 

Courses in the basic sciences are distributed 
during the four years of dental training. Clin- 
ical and practical work are begun in the first 
year, with increasing responsibility given to the 
student each year. Through proximity of the 
courses in science and practical experience, 
students learn the value of each in the field 
of dentistry. 







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CLASS OFFICERS 





Robert Earl. Bryant Berwyn 

B.S. 
Class President; Student Council; Class 
Vice President (3) ; Dean's Advisory Com- 
mittee ; Psi Omega 



Seymour L. Gottlieb Chicago 

B.S. 
Class Vice President; Student Council (3, 
4); Executive Student Council; Alpha 
Omega 



Andrew George Tolas Chicago 

B.A., B.S. 
Class Secretary ; Delta Sigma Delta ; Class 
Treasurer (3) ; Senior Announcement Com- 
mittee 



Marvin Sherwin Waldman Chicago 

B.S. 
Class Treasurer ; Alpha Omega 



Benjamin Louis Faknum Wilmette 

B.S. 
Student Council (2, 3, 4) ; Executive Stu- 
dent Council; Class President (2); Dean's 
Advisory Committee ; Delta Sigma Delta 



Thomas Michael Horrigan. . .Springfield 

B.S. 
Student Council (3, 4) ; Delta Sigma Delta; 
Dean's Advisory Committee; ILLIO Com- 
mittee; Newman Club 



Donald H. Newell Chicago 

B.S. 
Student Council (3, 4) ; Delta Sigma Delta; 
Class President (3); Illini Union Social 
Committee ; Interiraternity Council 










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Homer Lee Allen, Jr. 
B.S. 



.Robbins 



Robert F. Anderson Moline 

B.A. 
Psi Omega 



Robert E. Blagg. 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 



.Marshall 



Irwin Brown 
B.S. 



. Chicago 



Fred E. Burkhardt. 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 



. Chicago 



Donald O. Carlson East Moline 

B.A. 
Psi Omega 














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InwiN Chaiken Chicago 

B.S. 



William K. Cooper. 

B.A., B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 



. Ivesdale 



John David Coughlin . 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 



. Harvey 



Stanley Lee Cross San Jose 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta; Student Council (2); 
Dental Christian Medical Society 



Hubert Joseph Dorion 

LaFayette, Louisiana 
B.S. 



John H. Duffy Chicago 

Delta Sigma Delta 



Samson Sol Flores Evanston 

D.M.D. 
Delta Sigma Delta ; Omicron Kappa 
Upsilon; Dental Christian Medical Society; 
Association of Philippine Graduate Den- 
tists; American Association of University 
Professors ; Academy of General Dentistry 



William Allen Fox Chicago 

B.S. 



William Carl Geiser. 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 



. Springfield 



Howard Allen Gerstein Winnetka 

B.A., B.S. 
Alpha Omega ; Varsity Tennis 



Bertram Fischer Goodh art. .. .Chicago 

B.A., B.S. 
Alpha Omega 



Eugene Robert Grandel. 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 



. Chicago 



Nathaniel Hamilton Chicago 

B.S. 
Dental Christian Medical Society 



Bennett Harris Chicago 

B.S. 



Stanley Milton Hellman Chicago 

B.S. 



Robert Edward Hoehne Chicago 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta, Omicron Kappa Up- 
silon Scholarship Award (1, 2) ; Class Vice 
President (2); Class Secretary (1); Ski 
Club 



Jack Robert Holt Amboy 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta; Class Secretary (2) 



Richard Burton Holt Wheaton 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta ; Dental Christian Med- 
ical Society; Ski Club 











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Or \kIjES Stephen James Chicago 

B S. 
Delta Sigma Delta; Varsity Golf 










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Calvin M. Johnson Clarendon Hills 

B.A. 
Delta Sigma Delta 

Steve J. Kakos Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 

Donald S. Kaneoka Hilo, Hawaii 

B.S. 

Senior Key Committee 

John F. Kissel Streator 

Senior Key Committee 

Robert Neil Klein Lincolnwood 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega; Interfraternity Council; 
Senior Announcement Committee 

Jordan Bernard Kramer Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega; Interfraternity Council; 
Class Treasurer (2) 

Ray S. Krug Christopher 

Delta Sigma Delta; Student Council (2); 
Class Secretary (3) 

John Phillip Lee West Frankfort 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 



Melvin Marlo Maclin Chicago 

B.S. 

Richard Joseph Macri Chicago 

B.A., B.S. 
Dental Christian Medical Society 

Gerald Donald Maones Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega ; Senior Key Committee 

Melvin Burton Margolis Watseka 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega 

Alfbed Carter McGee Chicago 

D.S.C. 

John Joseph Micek Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 

James Daniel Moroanelli Chicago 

B.S. 
Student Council (2) 

Abraham Neiman Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega 

Howard Allen Oser Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega 








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Roland Rudnick Chicago 

B.S. 

Donald Howard Sale Chicago 

B.S. 

Raymond R. Salvino Chicago 

B.S. 

Edward A. Schaefer Ottawa 

B.A., B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 

Thomas J. Schafer LaOrange 

B.S. 

Delta Sigma Delta 

Egon B. Schein Chicago 

B.S. 
Ulini Union Display Committee 

Melvin P. Sered Chicago 

B.A., B.S. 
Alpha Omega 

William Lloyd Smith Metropolis 

Student Council (2) ; Ulini Union Coffee 
Hour Committee 

Ronald Duane Szilaoyi Westville 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 



Leonard Teicher Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega 

Lawrence Edward Tinder Joliet 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 

Edward James Ty'E Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi Omega ; Senior Announcement Com- 
mittee 

Michael A. Videka Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi Omega ; ILLIO Committee 

Dominic Michael Vitucci Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 

Perry Thomas Voornas Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 

Arnold H. Wax Chicago 

Class Vice President (1) ; Student Council 
(3) 

Robert Wayne Williams Chicago 

B.A., B.S. 
Psi Omega; Class President (1); Student 
Council (1) 




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Top row : Leo Bieser, Arthur DeVol, Roger Wolf, Dean Bradley, Thomas Horrigan 

Second row : Robert Bryant, Burton Willis, Robert Fox, Ralph Decker 

Bottom row: Claude Sime, treasurer; Benjamin Farnum, vice president; Seymour Gottlieb, president; Anthony Castrogiovanni, secretary; Allen 

Drysch 
Not in panel: Stephen Mele, Donald Newell, James Spires 



DENTAL STUDENT COUNCIL 




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of the student body. It offers every student the opportunity 
to participate in the administration of the school, thus bring- 
ing about a better spirit of understanding. It is an independent 
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Top row: James Buekner, Claude Sime, Joseph Gruber, Clifford Kuwamoto, Eugene Aikman, William Lindenberg, Robert Challenger, Donald Rice, 
William Dracos, Anthony Castrogiovanni, James Cramer 

Second row : Gerald Ullman, Henry Baer, Irving Leonard, Leonard Evanson, Robert Bradbury, Albert Jackson, Daniel Nielsen, Bruce Mowat, 
Kenneth Keats 

Bottom row: Nijole Salkauskas, John Wells, Larry Perlis, Warren Petty, Roger Michalsen, treasurer; Allen Drysch, president; Roger Wolf, vice- 
president; Leo Lundberg, secretary; Tracy Bryant, Leonard Fischbach, Dean Bradley, Biruta Berzins 



DENTISTRY JUNIORS 



Top row: James Hage, Alvin Medvin, Charles Sholes, Milton Isaacs, Cyril Friend, John Hudgins, Richard Glenner 

Third row: Bruce Mowat, Joseph Gruber, Claude Sime, Joseph Stachniak, John Riedlingcr, Jerry Hill, Gerald Schanlon 

Second row : James Cramer, Leonard Fischbach, David Gordy, Bernard Cole, Arnold Sufalko, Arnold Clevs, Edward Brenner, Frank Degaetano, 

Raymond Swayne 
Bottom row: James Buekner, Arthur Flicker, Larry Hochman, Lee Silverglade, Norman Wahl, Donald Ore, Gunther Kazalla, Robert Flamer, Arnold 

Goldstein, Wayne Gilmore 
Not in panel : Dennis Barber, Erwin Barrington, Alfred Ferdman, William Frymire, Robert Humphrey, Barry Janov, George Kennedy. Morton 

Kreitzman, Robert Larsen, Anthony Reinert. Irw r in Weinstein, William Zerin 







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Top rojo : Philip Kahlert, Norman Heisner, Windfield Morgan, Harold Dreebin, Marion Creed, Donald Hackman, Helmut Haberstroh, Norton Jacobs, 

Harold Reckrey, Edward Kaminsky, Christopher Costis 
Third row: Calvin Borchardt, John Gouwens, David Paset, Donald Saltzman, Marvin Berman, Sidney Peskin, Louis Jansky, Samuel Dyer, Edward 

Artz 
Second row: Roger Kline, Donald Findlay, Leonardo Giannone, James Schaller, Spencer Toppen, Donald Hillock, David Ross, Donald Valentine, 

Marvin Johnson, Michael Karagianis 
Bottom row: David Pishel, Thomas Walsh, Donald Krzyzak, Richard Sakamoto, Arthur DeVol, president; Francis Powers, treasurer; Leo Bieser, 

vice president; Stephen Mele, James Nelson 
Not in panel: Richard Baker, James Cravens, James Criscione, Rudolph DePalma, Robert Ehrich, Ira Fleischman, Mary Foster, secretary; Jerome 

Gassel, Marvin Gorenberg, Don Josephson, Earl Ketchum, Frederick Linzer, Robert Manus, Morton Shapiro, James Spires, Mesayoshi Yogi 



DENTISTRY SOPHOMORES 



Top row: Robert Morris, Maurice Shively, Charles Gorman, John Murray, James Klein, Alan Kaplin. Howard Rose, Victor Bigford. John Fremouw 
Second row: Wesley Watanabe, Rodney Sippy, Hugh Burke, Richard Lord, William Prusin, James Reader, Ralph Decker, Gerald Larson, Benjamin 

Hoekstra 
Bottom row : Eugene Yale, James Lekas, Sherwin Strauss, Thomas Emmering, Ogden Munroe, Joseph Kuhar, Henry Kluka 





Top row: Dan Kumarich, Norman Spears, Vincent Losito, Ronald Putzler, William Kort, Harold Wolsztyniak, Nickolas Konjevich, Robert Fox 
Third row: Jerome Ringl, Richard Rudi. James Murray, Rold Gross, Robert Hurdle, Gordon Lofgren, Marshall Dolnick, Dwain Marquette 
Second row: Richard Bailey, Joel Montalbano, Joseph Bison, Al DeWerth. Charles Berg, Wayne Johnson, Burton Willis, Robert Langberg 
Bottom row: Dewey Benson, Raymond Skony, Paul Erickson, Eugene Schklair, George Karnes, Lester Liby, Toivo Maki, Ben Allison 



DENTAL FRESHMEN 



Top row: Gerald Weiss, Robert Endicott, Louis Taglia, Ralph Sacino, Emil Rigg, George Brent, Robert Zacovitch 
Third row: Joseph Kenston, Kenneth Groskopf, David Liebman, Bernard Maram, Donald Sandercock, Jordan Bonis 
Second roiv : James Miller, Richard Ciechanowski, Charles Polk, Larry Quackenbush, George Smith, Paul Swade 
Bottom row : Jerome Simon, Fred Mattka, Alfred Urbanckas, Joseph Catasca, Ivan Pclton, Mitchell Friedman. Paul Landman 

Not in panel: Barry Altenberg, Billy Alter, Lewis Baskins, Braxton Coles, John Dennis, Everett Ellin, Robert Forney, Barry Gordon, Gordon Hamil- 
ton, David Hcrzon, James Hickey, Ralph Horton, Harry Knox, Kenneth Koch, Donald Kowalski, Vytantas Kulikauskas. Tom Lanka, Stephen 
Lindell, Rollie Lyman, Joseph Mayer, David McClelland, Robert Meyer. Zane Muhl, Larry Peterson, Morgan Powell, Sterling Scales, Bruce 
Soderling, Richard Wells, Robert Williamson, Robert Scapino, Richard Shockey, Thomas Vaughn 




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Top roic .■ John Kissel, Donald Kaneoka. Irwin Brown, Edward Schaefer, Fred Burkhardt, Stanley Hellman, John Micek, Dominic Vitucci, Homer 

Allen, Eugene Grande], Leonard Teicher 
Fourth row: Melvin Margolis, Melvin Sered, Thomas Horrigan, Egon Sehein, Steve Kakos, Donald Carlson, Robert Blagg, Benjamin Farnum, Calvin 

Johnson 
Third row: Richard Macri, Irwin Chaiken, Raymond Salvino. Melvin Maclin, 'William Geiser, Richard Holt, Robert Williams, Roland Rudnick, 

Howard Gerstein, Bertram Goodhart, Hubert Dorian, John Coughlin 
Second row : Stanley Cross, Donald Salk, Jack Holt, Raymond Krug. Michael Videka, Edward Tye, Arnold Wax, Robert Klein, Thomas Schafer, 

Lawrence Tinder, Charles James, William Fox, William Smith, Abraham Keiman, James Morganelli 
Bottom row: Alfred McGee, John Duffy, Nathaniel Hamilton, Robert Hoehne, Seymour Gottlieb, vice president; Robert Bryant, president; Marvin 

Waldman, treasurer ; Andrew Tolas, secretary ; Bennett Harris, Howard Oser, Jordan Kramer, Ronald Szilagy 
Not in panel: Robert Anderson, William Cooper, John Lee, Gerald Magnes, Donald Newell, Perry Voornas 

DENTISTRY SENIORS 



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DENTAL INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



Top row: Daniel Nielsen, Marvin Waldman, Benjamin Farnum 

Bottom row: John Lee, secretary-treasurer; Robert Klein, president; Donald Newell, vice president 





Top row: Sidney Peskin, Jack Isaacs, Henry Baer, Morton Kreitzman, Edward Brenner, Lee Silverglade, Marvin Berman, Donald Saltzman, 

David Paset 
Third row : Bernard Cole, Barry Janov, Howard Rose, Alan Kaplin, Howard Gerstein, Bertram Goodhart, Kenneth Keats, Gerald Ullman, Larry 

Perlis 
Second roiv : David Gordy, Melvin Sered, Gerald Magnes, Irving Leonard, Eugene Yale, Larry Hochman, Abe Neiman, William Prussin, Jordan 

Kramer, Alvin Medvin 
Bottom row: Melvin Margolis, James Klein, sergeant at arms; Irwin Weinstein, recording secretary ; Robert Klein, president; Howard Oser, vice 

president; Marvin Waldman, treasurer; Seymour Gottlieb, historian and editor; Alfred Bass, corresponding secretary 
Not in panel : Irwin Barrington, Leonard Fishbach, Robert Flamer, Richard Glenner, Allen Goldberg, David Liebman, Leonard Teicher 

ALPHA OMEGA was founded at the Philadelphia College of Dental Surgery and Maryland University 
in 1908. The Alpha Alpha chapter was established on this campus in 1928. There are 38 active chapters. 

ALPHA OMEGA 
PSI OMEGA 

PSI OMEGA was founded at the Baltimore College of Surgery in 1892. The Beta Alpha chapter was 
established on this campus in 1903. There are 35 active chapters. 

Top row : Louis Taglia, Alvin DeWeerth, Robert Endicott, Perry Voornas, John Micek, Steve Kakos, Thomas Vaughn, Robert Williamson, Gerald 
Weiss, Harold Wolsztyniak 

Fourth row : Vincent Losito, Gordon Lofgren, Robert Forney, Eugene Schklair, Thomas Walsh, Ronald Putzler, Leo Bieser, Dan Kumarich, Robert 
Hurdle, Roger Michaelson 

Third row: William Kort, Raymond Skony, Joseph Mayer, Richard Rudi, Marion Creed, Richard Ciechanowski, Joel Montalbano, James Murray, 
John Wells, Ronald Szilagvi 

Second row : James Hickey, Ralph Horton, Paul Erickson, Stephen Lindell, Donald Kowalski, Fred Mattka, Arthur DeVol, Charles Seholes, Jerome 
Ringl 

Bottom row: William Lindenberg, athletic chairman; Roger Wolf, editor; Eugene Aikman, social chairman; Robert Bradbury, chief inquisitor; 
John Lee, president; Michael Videka, vice president; Robert Bryant, secretary ; James Lekas, guardian; Thomas Lanka, Wayne Gilmore 

Not in panel: Robert Anderson, William Ater, Dennis Barber, Calvin Borchardt, Dean Bradley, Glen Boas, Tracy Bryant, Frederick Burkhardt, 
Donald Carlson, Anthony Castrogiovanni, Joseph Catasca, Robert Challenger, Christopher Costis, James Cramer, James Cravens, James Crisione, 
Ralph Decker, Frank DeGaetano, Rudolph DePalma, William Dracos, Allen Drysch, Samuel Dyer, Robert Enrich, David Fishel, Cyril Friend, 
treasurer ; William Frymire, John Gouwens, Kenneth Grosskopf, Joseph Grubver, Eugene Grandel, Donald Hackman, James Hage, Gordon 
Hamilton, Norman Heisner, Donald Hillock, John Hudgins, Robert Humphrey, Edward Kaminski, Michael Karagianis, George Karnes, Gunther 
Kazalla, Joseph Kenston, Roger Kline, Harry Knox, Robert Larsen, Frederick Linzer, Leo Lundberg, James Miller, Zane Muhl, Winfield Morgan, 
Robert Morris, James Nelson, Daniel Nielsen, Harry Peterson, Warren Petty, Charles Polk, Larry Quackenbush, James Reader, John Riedlinger, 
Emil Rig;,'. Gerald Scanlon, Robert Scapino. James Schaller. Maurice S'v-»1".' Cia-rle Sime, James Spires, Joseph Stackniac, Arnold Sufalko, 
Spencer Toppen, Edward Tye, Alfred Urbanckas, Dominick Vittucci, Richard Wells 




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DELTA SIGMA DELTA was founded at the 
University of Michigan in 1882. The Rho chapter 
was established on this campus in 1901. There are 
40 active chapters. 



Officers — Standing : Charles Gorman, house manager; Thomas Hor- 

rigan, historian; Calvin Johnson, senior page 
Seated: Robert Hoehne, secretary; Benjamin Farnum, vice president; 

Donald Newell, president; Jack Holt, treasurer 




DELTA SIGMA DELTA 



Top row : Andrew Tolas, John Duffy, Phillip Kahlert, Charles James, Thomas Kmmering, Thomas Schafer, Dewey Benson, Charles Berg, Ben Allison, 

Lawrence Tinder 
Third row: Toivo Maki, Stanley Cross, William Geiser, Leonard Giannone, Dwain Marquette, Richard Holt, Rodney Sippy, Calvin Johnson, 

Nicholas Konjevich 
Second row : John Murray, Charles Gorman, Richard Baker, Thomas Horrigan, Stephen Mele, Joseph Kuhar, Ray Krug, Richard Lord, Hugh Burke, 

Gilbert Ross, Donald Krzyzak 
Bottom row : Dr. Pedro Guevarra, Dr. Samson Flores, Norton Jacobs, Ogden Munroe, Jack Holt, Robert Hoehne, Donald Newell, Benjamin Farnum, 

Dr. Robert Coberley, William Cooper, Dr. Howard Kubaeki, Wesley Watanabe 
Not in panel: Edward Artz, Robert Blagg, John Couglin, John Dennis, Donald Findlay, Barry Gordon, Jerry Hill, Ben Hoekstra, Louis Janski, 

Marvin Johnson, Don Josephson, Donald Kaneoka, George Kennedy, Kenneth Koch, Vitautas Kulikauskas, Clifford Kuwamoto, Rollie Lyman, 

Ronald Manus, David McClelland, Bruce Mowat, Donald Ore, Morgan Powell, Francis Powers, Donald Rice, Richard Sakamoto, Edward 

Schaefer, George Smith, Ray Swayne, Norman Spears, Donald Valentine, Mesayoshi Yogi 



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Top row: Fernando Castro, Jr., Samson Flores, Pedro Guevara, Leonora Bueno 



Association of Philippine Graduate Dentists acts as a discussion and advisory board and keeps Philip- 
pine dental schools and dentists informed of scientific advances. 

ASSOCIATION OF PHILIPPINE 
GRADUATE DENTISTS 



DENTAL CHRISTIAN MEDICAL SOCIETY 

Dental Christian Medical Society aims to present a positive witness of God our Father, Jesus Christ our 
Saviour, and the Holy Spirit to our associates in the profession. 

Top row : Warren Petty, Richard Maori, Charles Berg, John Wells, Stanley Cross 

Second row: Spencer Toppen, Eugene Aikman, Marvin Johnson, Albert Jackson, Nathaniel Hamilton, Wayne Johnson 

Bottom row; Dwain Marquette, Thomas Emmering, secretary-treasurer; Richard Holt, president; Roger Michalsen, vice president; Dr. S. Sol 
Flores. farulti/ adviser 




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MEDICINE 



The University of Illinois College of Medicine, along 
with the University of Illinois Research and Educational 
Hospitals, is located approximately two miles west of 
downtown Chicago in the Medical Center District, 
which is one of the largest medical centers in the world. 
Other hospitals in the Medical Center District, includ- 
ing Cook County Hospital, West Side Veterans Ad- 
ministration Hospital, and Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hos- 
pital are used extensively in teaching. The Hines Vet- 
erans Administration Hospital located several miles 
west of the medical center is also used to a considerable 
extent in the teaching program of this College. 

There are more than 1,200 physicians and scientists 
on the teaching staff of the College of Medicine, and 
approximately 900 of these are practicing physicians 
who serve the University without salary. 

The College of Medicine of the University of Illinois 
was established in 1913 when the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of Chicago, which had been affiliated 
with the University since 1897, became an integral part 
of the University of Illinois. Presbyterian Hospital be- 
came affiliated with the University in 1941, and mem- 



Aesculapius, God of Medicine 







Dean Granville R. Bennett 

bers of the faculty of Rush Medical School be- 
came members of the University of Illinois Col- 
lege of Medicine faculty. Recently the agree- 
ment between the University and Presbyterian 
Hospital has been extended to St. Luke's Hos- 
pital which is now being merged into a single 
hospital known as the Presbyterian-St. Luke's 
Hospital. 

In 1958 two hundred students will be enrolled 
in the freshman class. For all its medical stu- 
dents the University provides an unexcelled 
opportunity for the study of medicine in an area 
with outstanding facilities for teaching, research, 
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COLLEGE OF MEDICINE 

CLASS OFFICERS 




Bruce Hamilton Bailey Chicago 

B.S. 
Class President; Student Council; Class 
Secretary (3); Pi Kappa Epsilon 




Olga Jonasson Chicago 

B.S. 
Class Vice President; Alpha Epsilon Iota; 
Alpha Omega Alpha; Class Secretary (2); 
Executive Student Council (3) ; Student 
Council (3) 



Carl Stephen Adams Braidwood 

B.S. 
Class Secretary; Phi Beta Pi; Varsity 
Basketball ; Senior Announcement Com- 
mittee 



John N. Hackett Polo 

B.S. 
Class Treasurer ; Phi Rho Sigma ; Senior 
Key Committee 



Jack Thomas Lasersohn. . . .Harrisburg 

B.A. 
Student Council ; Phi Beta Pi ; Alpha 
Omega Alpha ; Pi Kappa Epsilon ; Class 
President (2) 



James L. McElhaney Collinsville 

B.S. 
Student Council (3, 4) ; Executive Student 
Council (3,4); Phi Rho Sigma; Class 
President (3); Class Vice President (2); 
Illinois Union Social Committee 



Roger Allen Slater Chicago 

B.A., B.S. 
Student Council ; Alpha Kappa Kappa ; 
Class Vice President (3) 




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Daniel H. Abdulian. 

B.A., B.S., M.S. 
Sigma Xi 



.Kessab, Syria 



David Louis Abrams Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon ; Pi Kappa Epsilon 



Richard Kay Albers. 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



. Eureka 



James Richard Bair Decatur 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu ; ILLIO Committee (2) 









Robert Clifford Baldwin. .Bloomington 

B.A. 
Nu Sigma Nu ; Senior Announcement Com- 
mittee 



Frederic D. Ball Ottawa 

B.A., B.S. 
Wesley Foundation 

Bernard Joseph Baltes Wheaton 

B.S., Ph.D. 
Phi Beta Pi; Pi Kappa Epsilon ; Senior 
Announcement Committee 

Irving David Baran Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa 

Mallie L. Barclay Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha Epsilon Iota 



Carl Rudolph Barthelemy. .Glen Ellyn 

B.A., B.S. 
Pi Kappa Epsilon 



Rolland Elmer Bethards II . . Riverdale 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha; 
Pi Kappa Epsilon; ILLIO Committee 



Fred William Bieker. 

B.A. 
Phi Beta Pi 



. Chicago 



Marshall Lee Blankenship. . .St. Elmo 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa ; Interfraternity Coun- 
cU 



Albert Gene Blediq Galatia 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 

George Bonk Slcokie 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi 

Mark Jay Brauer Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa 

Robert Ross Briney Chicago 

Alpha Kappa Kappa 

James T. Brown, Jr Mount Prospect 

B.S. 

Nu Sigma Nu 

Mandel Buchbinder Peoria 

B.S. 

Louis Robert Burger Springfield 

B.A., B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 

James Paul Callaway Pawnee 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 

Abraham M. Chervony Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Omega Alpha 












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Gerald Cohen Chicago 

B.A., B.S., M.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Omega Alpha 

Leon Isadore Cohen Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa 

Robert Gene Collier Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 

John Brooks Cotjrtright Mil ford 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi 

Raya Czerner Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha Epsilon Iota ; Alpha Omega Alpha 

Joseph Richard Davis Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 

Louis Edward Dondanville Moline 

B.A., B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



Karen Kral Engelbrecht .... Kankakee 

B.S. 
Alpha Epsilon Iota 



Donald Walter Ernst Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; Class Treasurer (3) 



Robley D. Evans. . 

B.A., B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



. Chicago 



Richard Charles Ey Mount Pulaski 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha; 
Pi Kappa Epsilon; Student Council (3) 



Charles Joseph Pagan Joliet 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma; Pi Kappa Epsilon; Stu- 
dent Council (1) 



Jerry Sheldon Farber Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 

Mel Warren Feinberg Skokie 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa 

James Martin Fisch Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa ; Pi Kappa Epsilon 

William H. Fraley Granite City 

Alpha Kappa Kappa ; Alpha Omega Alpha 



Alexander Howard Glassman. .Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa ; Alpha Omega Alpha ; 
Pi Kappa Epsilon; Varsity Basketball (1) 



Bernard Gordon 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa 



. Chicago 





















Thomas E. Griffith Sterling 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu ; Phi Mu Phi ; Senior Key 
Committee 

Norman J. Grobe Elmhurst 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi ; Senior Key Committee 

Gerald Alan Gronert Chicago 

B.S. 
Pi Kappa Epsilon 

Charles Hammond Chicago 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu 

Gerald E. Hammond Centralia 

B.A., B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 



George Edward Hanson. .Elmwood Park 
B.A., B.S. 

Nu Sigma Nu 



Howard L. Hecht Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon ; Pi Kappa Epsilon 

Robert Vernon Hill Park Ridge 

B.A., M.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 

Robert Pearson Hodam Bement 

B.A. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa ; Alpha Omega Alpha ; 
Pi Kappa Epsilon 



George D. Holzman Streator 

Nu Sigma Nu 

John Logan Hubbard Minonk 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 

William A. Jackson Chicago 

B.S. 
Medical Center Chorus 



William A. Kamm. . . 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



Carbondale 



David C. Kay 

B.S. 
Christian Medical Society 



Urbana 



Roger Pope Kennedy. .Arlington Heights 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha Omega Alpha; Pi 
Kappa Epsilon 



Charles Marshall Kenney. .Springfield 

B.A., B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



Edwin Everett Kerr. 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 



.Cordova 



Kenneth Frank Kessel. 

B.S. 
Rho Chi ; Newman Club 



.Brookfield 










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Donn William Ketcham Chicago 

B.S. 
Christian Medical Society 










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Garland Penn Kirkpatrick. . . .Chicago 
B.A., B.S. 



Betty Jane Klahr 

Myerstown, Pennsylvania 
B.S. 
Alpha Epsilon Iota 



Howard Joel Klapman Chicago 

B.A., B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa 

Gene M. Kuehn East St. Louis 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 

James Edward Labes Chicago 

B.A., B.S. 

Alvin Langer Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa 

F. Wilmer Larson Princeton 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega Alpha; Christian Medical 
Society 

John M. Leedom Lockport 

B.A., B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi; Alpha Omega Alpha; Pi 
Kappa Epsilon; Student Council (1); 
ILLIO Committee 



Peter Lawrence Lbfpman Mattoon 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa ; Illini Union Social 
Committee 

Howard Allen Levin Chicago 

B.A., B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 

Richard Alan Levinson Chicago 

B.A., M.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa ; Alpha Omega Alpha 

Joseph Anthony Libnoch Marion 

B.A., B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 

Richard Logan Eldred 

B.A. 
Phi Rho Sigma 

Herbert A. Longnecker Elmhurst 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi 

Lois Lowden Hinsdale 

B.S. 
Alpha Epsilon Iota 

Gordon Dale Lucas Rockford 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma ; Pi Kappa Epsilon ; Class 
Treasurer (2) 

Louis Paul Lukancic Joliet 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi 
























B.S. 


B.S. 




Phi Lambda Kappa ; Pi Kappa Epsilon 


Alpha Kappa Kappa 






Thomas William Nichol. . 


. . Monmouth 


B.S. 


B.S. 




Phi Beta Pi ; Alpha Omega Alpha ; Sigma 


Nu Sigma Nu 




Xi ; Interf raternity Council 












B.S. 


B.A., B.S. 




Phi Rho Sigma 


Alpha Kappa Kappa 




B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 


B.S. 

Phi Rho Sigma 




Armin Daniel. Meyer 


Earl Jay Nudelman 




Bhawani Patua — Orissa, India 


B.S. 




B.S. 


Phi Delta Epsilon 




Nu Sigma Nu 






Maurice Miller. .Michigan City, Indiana 
B.S. 


Kenneth A. Peart 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu 





Raymond Henry Moeller Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi; Illini Union Social Com- 
mittee (2) 

John R. Morray Flora 

B.S. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa 

Howard Allan Mueller May wood 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 



George Thomas Perry. . . .East St. Louis 

B.S., M.S. 
Student Council (3) 



William Lee Phelps Carbondale 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; Illini Union Social 
Committee 



G. Sherman Porter. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



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B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi: Newman Club 


B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa 


James Clark Pbitchabd Fairbury 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi; Alpha Omega Alpha; Illini 
Union Music Committee 


B.A. 
Phi Rho Sigma 


B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 


B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa ; Alpha Omega Alpha 


William Donald Richardson 

Collinsville 
B.A. 
Phi Rho Sigma 


B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Omega Alpha; 
Pi Kappa Epsilon 


Stewart Irwin Rosenfeld Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 


B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa 


Harold Leonard Saferstein . . . .Skokie 

B.A., B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 


B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 


James McMillan Sanderson 

Stronghurst 
B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu 


Phi Delta Epsilon ; Alpha Omega Alpha 


B.S., M.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu 


B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 


B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa ; Alpha Omega Alpha ; 
Student Council (2) 


B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa 




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Lorenzo Dow Strader, Jr. 

Danville, Kentucky 
B.A., B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma ; Varsity Basketball ( 1, 
2, 3) 



Norman Eugene Taylor . 
B.A., B.S. 

Nu Sigma Nu 



. Stonington 



Jordan Herman Trafimow Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa 



Robert Frank Underwood. Murphysboro 

B.A. 
Phi Beta Pi ; Interfraternity Council 



Kenneth Roger VanderVennet 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega Alpha 



Moline 



James Stuart Volkel Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 

Floyd Edward Weaver Peoria 

B.A. 

Robert Wendell Webb Springfield 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma ; Alpha Omega Alpha 



Ernest I. Weis Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon ; Alpha Omega Alpha 

Richard John Wendel Chicago 

B.S. 
Student Council (1) 

Richard A. Wham Centralia 

B.A., B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu ; Pi Kappa Epsilon ; Class 
President (1); Student Council (3) 

Robert Warren Williams Wilmette 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha; 
Illini Union Music Committee (3) 

Jo \n Margaret Winandy Chicago 

Alpha Epsilon Iota ; Newman Club 

William Presley Winkler Chicago 

B.S. 

Abraham Wolf Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 









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MEDICAL STUDENT 
COUNCIL 



Officers — Top row: Leo Fitzgerald, vice president; James McElhaney, 
president ; Donald Gustafson, secretary-treasurer 



The Medical Student Council administers the 
student government of the College of Medicine. 
It is composed of the president, vice president, 
past president, and two representatives from each 
class. 

The Council is an important instrument for 
communication between the students in medicine, 
the faculty, and the administration. It is the 
Council's responsibility to discuss problems of stu- 
dent interest, present recommendations to admin- 
istrative groups, and to act as the official voice 
of medical student opinion in faculty-student re- 
lationships. 

Each year the Medical Student Council spon- 



sors the "Golden Apple" Instructorship Awards. 
The Council also contributes to the Henry G. 
Poncher Student Aid Fund, from which loans are 
made to students in emergency situations. 

Recently the Council has been concerned with 
sponsoring an annual student research forum in 
cooperation with the faculty. Areas for increased 
alumni-student contact are being explored, and a 
subcommittee has been formed to work with a 
faculty group in bringing students and faculty 
together socially. Another subcommittee is cur- 
rently working on the feasibiltiy of an honor sys- 
tem within the Medical School. 



Top row : Glen Tomlinson, Peter Baker. David Sackett, Melto Goumas 
Third row : Donald Gustafson, James Pinski, Leo Fitzgerald, William Caro 
Bottom row : Olga Jonasson, James McElhaney, William Kramer, Roger Slater 
Not in panel; Bruce P>!iiley, James Creath, Jack Lasersohn 



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Dr. Myers, Freshman winner 



Dr. M. J. Colliert, Junior winner 



Dr. A. Liftman, Junior winner 



INSTRUCTORSHIP AWARDS 



The Raymond B. Allen Instructorship or 
"Golden Apple" Award was set np in 1948 as a 
means of expressing appreciation to faculty mem- 
bers who sincerely endeavor to further medical 
education, of recognizing helpful instruction, and 
of honoring excellence in individual instructorship. 

Awards are made at a general assembly of the 
entire Medical School. All students vote for the 



instructors whom they deem worthy of the award. 
The Freshman and Sophomore classes each select 
one instructor, the Junior and Senior classes vote 
for two, one clinical and one didactic, respec- 
tively. This award has now come to be one of the 
most sought-after honors in the College of Med- 
icine. 



Dr. Krakower, Freshman winner 



Francis L. Leder, Senior winner 



Dr. O. Paul, Senior winner 



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leers — Standing: Georgia Kost, secretary; William Kramer, representative; James Pinski, 
president 

Seated: Charles Lane, treasurer; William Caro, representative 
Not in panel: Leo Fitzgerald, representative, Donald Gustafson, vice president 



MEDICAL JUNIORS 



Top roir : Gerald Hoffman, William Robinson, Ralph Frazier, James Tosetti. Ronald Kowalski, Leslie Shanoff, Don Wasserman, Gerald Glantz. 

Larry Keer, Richard Harelik 
Third row: George Aurand, Murton Strimling, James Eshenaur, Lee Vida, Alan Kahn, Donald Fishman, Jerome Jacobson, Morton Miller, Jay 

Ellenby, David Hochman 
Second row : John Larson, Roger Quinn, Edward Zukowski, Hannah Goldschmidt, Alfred Kobak, Wilbur Rowley, Robert Bonus, Gerald Silverstein, 

Thomas Sussex 
Bottom row: David Krans, Charles Seibert, William Caro, James Pinski, Georgia Kost, Charles Lane, William Kramer, Everett Grahn, Gordon 

Bloomberg 



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Officers — Top row: David Sackett, representative; Peter Baker, representative; Allan Graham, 

secretary ; Melto Goumas, vice president; Larry McKnelly, treasurer 
Bottom row: James Creath, representative; Glen Tomlinson, president 



MEDICAL SOPHOMORES 



Top row : Charles Gilbert, Donald Johnson, David Fouts, Donald Miller, Paul Gottschalk. Frank Ames, David Sackett, Roy Schayes, Edward 

Shore, Allan Graham, Larry McKnelly, James Mathis, Charles Crusinberry, Peter Baker 
Fifth row: Melvin Hoch, Arnold Kaplin, Edward Corder, John Anderson, Richard Phillis, Stanley Bugaieski, Ocal Easthman, 

Melto Goumas, Edgar Feldman, Noel Bass, Michael Sigband, James Olson, Therron Scobbie 
Fourth rotv : Edward Goldstein, Herbert Cibul, Donald Bunnell, Donald Gore, Robert Rockey, Bernard Blaauw, 

Paul Goldstein, Sandford Mer, Allan Nelson, Ronald Shlensky, Isaac Weiszer, Paul Berns 
Third row : Robert Gottlieb, Marvin Trcpton, Allan Cady, Richard Flores, Robert Hickerson, Leland Ellis, Charles 

Kenneth Swanson, Donald Knapp, Howard Allen, Hal Walgren, Charles Sisk 
Second roiv : Robert Hauscom, Arthur Goldstein, Jack Nestor, Robert Karns, Harold Labinski, Jeanette Hoover, Mark 

Stanley Brandon, Glen Tomlinson, Asta Palshis, Janice McGowan 
Bottom row: Ralph Hale, James Gray, James Creath, Joseph Manelis, John Peters. Ralph Kettelkamp, 

Wagman, Thomas Glatter, Daniel Conrad 



David Taylor, 
Lewellyn Baba, David Yashon, 
Salisbury, Arnold Brody, 
Lakin, Evelyn Anderson, 
Carroll Loomis, Edward Theis, Arthur 



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Top row: John Barton, Maurice Pickard, Richard Abbuhl, James Zuckerman, John Royer, Joseph Rogers, Adam Prymula, John Bort, William 

Chamberlain, Arnold Gilberg, Gerald Freidman, Lester Salens 
Fourth row: Richard Suhs, Donald Hinderliter, Homer Groves, Bernard Cahill, James Gartner, Norty Sokol, John Gerdes, Carios Bumzahem, Roderick 

Huber, Bruce Burgess 
Third row: Emory Sobiesk, Marion Johnson, secretary; Theodore Cohen, Wallace Miller, Richard Nighswander, Perrer Dunn, Edward May, Arthur 

Eggleston, George Hord, John Buser, Gerry Tuveson, Forest Smith 
Second row: Lester Soyka, Nancy Gubisch, John Hunt, Glen Hudgens. John Just, Ronald Blumenfeld, Raymond Handier, Richard Dhenowith, 

Dorothy Peaslee, Phyllis Barnard, George Callati, president; Joseph Zbornik. Vytautas Uzgiris 
Bottom row': Reginald Belyea, Florence Williams, Robert Bailer, Dennis Thompson, Gunther Sonnenfeld, Merton Bernfield, John Lowitz, Gerald Lasin, 

Noel Volberding, Ronald Downing, William Hester 



MEDICAL FRESHMEN 



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Top row: Jay Gordon, Joseph Frydman, Harvey Levin, Donald Aaronson, Howard Levinson, Mitchell Trubitt, David Mutchnik, Jack Fagan 
Fourth roiv : Glen Gustafson, Allan Jackson, Norton Fishman, Perry Rudich, Robert Vertel, Arthur Gronner, David Robbins, Neal Spero, Michael 

Gordon 
Third row : Raymond Bauer, Donald Moore, Charles Limp, James Wolf, Ralph Ascher, Jules Shapiro, Marvin Fishman, Leslie Garland, Joseph 

Schmidt, Marshall Hirshman 
Second row : Arthur Abbott, Frank Ogren, David Ott, Ronald Albercht, Mclvin Katz, Gary Draper, Morton Dubnow, Harry Soloway 
Bottom row: Robert Harner, Gerald Petersen, Rebecca Moore, Catherine Probst, Samuel Kunin, Seymour Levin, Terry Hansen 




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Top row: James Pritchard, Abraham Chervony, Robert Williams, Geral 1 Cohen 

Second row: Roger Kennedy, Jack Lasersohn, Irving Shipkowitz, William Fraley, John Hackett 

Bottom row: John Leedoni, secretary ; Ernest Weis, vice president; Robert Hodam. Morton Schulman, president ; Dr. Nicholas Cotsonas, counselor 

Not in panel: Rolland Bethards, treasurer; Eugene Borchart, William Caro, Harold Conley, Richard Ey, Michael Frank, Alexander Glassman, 
Olga Jonasson, Wilmer Larson, Richard Levinson, Fred Marasso, David Rothstein, Raya Schapiro, Bernard Schenker, Alan Steen, Donald Sum- 
mers, Kenneth VanderVennet 

Alpha Omega Alpha is an honorary medical society whose members aim to foster the scientific and 
philosophic features of the medical profession by participation in various projects. 

ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA 



PI KAPPA EPSILON 



Pi Kappa Epsilon is an honorary medical fraternity whose members are elected by vote of the student 
body. 

Top row: Jack Lasersohn, John Leedom, Carl Barthelemy, vice president; James Pinski 

Second row: Roger Kennedy, Morton Shulman, Bruce Bailey, president; Carl Adams, David Abrams, secretary 

Bottom row: Bernard Baltes, Robert Hodam, Howard Hecht, William Kramer, Wilbur Rowlev 

Not in panel: John Best, Rolland Bethards, William Caro, Wendell Carter, Jack Chitty, Walter Clarke. Joseph Crittenden. James Crouse, Richard 
Ey, Charles Fagan, James Fisch, Leo Fitzgerald, Alexander Glassman, Gerald Gronert, Donald Gustafson, Ronald Kowalski. Gordon Lucas, 
Robert Malkus, Lee Maimed, Sherman Minkoff, David Rothstein, Bernard Schencker, Robert Sewell, Russell Snow, Murton Strimling, Donald 
Summers, Leonard Todd, Joseph Velek, Richard Wham 






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Top row: John Best, secretary; Fred Maraso, Russell Snow, vice president ; Thomas Glatter, Richard Wahl, president 

Center: Marshall Blankenship 

Bottom row: Ronald DeWald, Richard Wham, treasurer 

MEDICAL INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



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PHI LAMBDA KAPPA 

Top row: Myron Susin, Kenneth Brandt, Stuart Lerman, Donald Fishman, Mel Feinberg, Roger Slutske, Saul Borash, Michael Sigband, Larry 

Keer 
Second row : Peter Leffman, Richard Levinson, Robert Malkus, Edgar Feldman, Martin Blumberg, Hubert Cibul, David Rothstein, Ronald Fishman 
Bottom row: Jordon Trafimow, Alvin Langer, Jerry Stern, president; Lee Maimed, vice president; David Taylor, treasurer; Leonard Berlin, 

secretary ; Howard Allen 
Not in panel: Irving Baran, Mark Brauer, David Brown, Leon Cohen, Ross Feldman, James Fisch, Alexander Glassman, Bernard Gordon, Arnold 

Kaplan, Ronald Kite, Howard Klapman, Robert Lee, Shelley Nasatir, Wilmore Neiditch, Earl Sabin, Irving Shipkowitz, Ronald Spinka, Manuel 

Warsaski, Isaac Weiszer 



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Alpha Kappa Kappa was founded at Dartmouth 
College in 1888. The Eta chapter was estab- 
lished on this campus in 1899. There are 44 
active chapters. 




Officers — Standing: David Fouts, chaplain; Allan Graham, vice presi- 
dent; Larry McKnelly, representative ; Robert Roekey, social chair- 
man; Allan Cady, marshall 

Seated: John Best, president; Paul Duffey, treasurer; Charles Gil- 
bert, secretary 



ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA 




Top row: Kenneth Curtis, Charles Patton, David Discher, Arthur Eggleston, Robert Mathies, Reginald Belyea, Raymond Bauer, Glenn Hudgens, 

Charles Sisk 
Third row: James Clark, Lawrence Mlecko, Charles Limp, Glen Tomlinson, Richard Corzatt, Charles Crusinberry, Alex Doolas, George GaUati 
Second row: Edward Schauerte, James Heck, John Just, Donald Bunnell, Donald Gore, John Decker, Delbert Huelskoetter, Allan Cady, William 

Hester 
Bottom row: Charles Gilbert, Paul Gottschalk, Peter Dunn, Edward May, Marshall Blankenship, David Fouts, Charles Daisy, Rex Crago, Allan 

Graham, Paul Duffey, John Best 




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Nu Sigma Nu was founded at the University 
of Michigan in 1882. The Eta chapter was 
established on this campus in 1892. There 
are 45 active chapters. 



Officers — Top row: Frank Ames, athletic chairman; James Brown, 

vice president; Alan Holderness, historian 
Bottom roiv: Richard Wham, president; Robert Bergeron, secretary; 

John Heiken, treasurer: Ronald DeWald, rushing chairman; 
William Cavender, social chairman 




NU SIGMA NU 



Top row : Stanley Bugaieski, Richard Nighswander, George Holzman, Alan Holderness, Richard Flores, Dennis Thompson, William Cavender, Lee 

Ellis, Donald Johnson, Richard Abbuhl 
Fourth row : Robert Morris, John Barton, John Rover, Walter Miller, George Hord, Peter Arger, Homer Groves, Daniel Fisher, Thomas Nichol 
Third row: Bernard Cahill, Ronald Albrecht, Robert Hart, John Heiken, Joseph Rogers, Roger Quinn, Ocal Eastham, William Cox, Duane Dodd 
Second row: Lee Vida, Ronald DeWald, Adam Prymula, Bruce Burgess, Edward Zukowski, Carl Johner, Frank Ames, Stanley Brandon, Ralph 

Kettlekamp, Robert Bergeron 
Bottom row : Charles Seibert, Thomas Griffith, Charles Hammond, Kenneth Peart, Norman Taylor, Richard Wham, Roger Powell, Eugene Borchart, 

Richard Durland 
Not in panel: James Blair, Robert Baldwin, Robert Barnes, James Brown, David Bruce, George Bryar, John Cabala, Edwin Carey, Wendell Carter, 

Delano Collins, James Creath, Joseph Crittenden, John Dymond, Robert Flinn, Ernest Fordham, Lawrence Grant, Ralph Hale, Robert Hanscom, 

George Hanson, Larry Harman, Robert Hickerson, John Hill, Roger Kennedy, John Larson, Leslie Lindberg, Armin Meyer, David Sackett, 

James Sanderson, Roy Schayes, Fred Schultz, Richard Schwerdt, Therron Scobbie, Robert Sewell, James Stripe, Donald Summers, Robert 

Swengel, Richard Taylor, Hal Walgren, Stuart Wilson 



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Phi Beta Pi was founded at the University 
of Pittsburgh in 1891. The Iota chapter was 
established on this campus in 1902. There are 
45 active chapters. 




Officers — Top row: David Hamilton, social chairman; David Boyce, 
social chairman; Fred Harass", rushing chairman 

Bottom row: Fred Richburg, vice president; Richard Wahl, president; 
George Mornin, treasurer 

Not in panel : Jack Chitty, secretary 



PHI BETA PI 




Top row: Richard Martens, Richard Wahl, Wayman Holder, Lloyd Spencer, Leon Kuhs, William Robinson, Phillip Boren, William Abell, James 
Pritchard 

Third row: Fred Marasso, John Leedom, Raymond Moeller, John Pretto, Wilfred Watkins, George Bonk, Wilbur Rauch, Donald McRaven, George 
Mernin 

Second row: Louis Lukancic, Herbert Longnecker, Fred Bieker, George Lott, Robert Schneider. Thomas Peyla, Charles Terrell, Frank Cavallaro 

Bottom row: David Hamilton, Fred Richburg, Norman Grobe, David Boyce, Gene Hoerr, Noel Volberding, Walter Wigert, Dan Schaff, Ronald 
Kowalski 

Not in panel: Carl Adams, Karl Bader, Charles Baker, Bernard Baltes, Bernard Blaauw, Robert Bonus, Jack Chitty, James Cusack, John Court- 
right, George D'Asaro, James Kims, Louis James, Donald Kudlerstrand, Harold Labinsky, Jack Lasersohn, Wesley Norman, Wilbur Rawley, 
Richard Sassetti, Elroy Tatge, Robert Underwood, Warren Wunderlich 




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Phi Delta Epsilon was founded at Cornell 
University in 1904. The Alpha Alpha chapter 
was established on this campus in 1918. There 
are 78 active chapters. 



Officers — Bottom row: Jay Ellenby, treasurer; William Caro, presi- 
dent; Alfred Kobak, vice president 
Top row: Raymond Gomberg, historian; Mitchell Tarkoff, sergeant- 
at aims; Arthur Goldstein, secretary 




PHI DELTA EPSILON 



Top row : Allan Jacobson, Stuart Burstein, Seymour Levin, Richard Nachman, Donald Norris, Wayne Konetzki, Samuel Kunin, Mitchell Tarkoff, 
David Yashon, Noel Bass 

Fourth row: Jerry Farber, Melvin Goldstein, Jules Shapiro, Leonard Kosova, Donald Aaronson, Marvin Kaplan, Mitchell Trubitt, Arthur Gronner, 
Alan Turow, Joseph Prydman, Maurice Pickard, Murton Strimling, Arnold Brody 

Third row : Edward Goldstein, Harvey Levin, Lester Salans, Robert Vertel, Donald Williams, Leslie Garland, Neal Spero, Paul Berns, Marshall 
Hirshman, Marvin Pishman, Earl Nudelman, Richard Levin 

Second row : Ronald Blumenfeld, Joseph Schmidt, Jerry Burbrick, Arthur Goldstein, Theodore Cohen, John Lowitz, Charles Lane, James Pinski, 
Donald Wasserman, Gordon Bloomberg, Victor Peldman, Robert Karns, Michael Gordon, Gunther Sonnenfeld, Gerald Brody 

Bottom row: Arthur Wagman, Donald Miller, Raymond Gomberg, Burton Green, Harold Swartz, Alfred Kobak, William Caro, Jay Ellenby, Barry 
Goldsmith, David Abrams, Gerald Cohen 

-Vot in panel : Merton Bernfield, Stanton Charney, Abraham Chervony, Irwin Cohen, Joseph Davis, Ronald Demovsky, Morton Dubnow, Robert 
Epstein, Jack Fagan, Max Finkel, Michael Fisher, Norton Pishman, Michael Frank, Harvey Freed, Jerry Friedman, Arnold Gilberg, Robert Gott- 
lieb, Paul Goldstein. Howard Hecht, Melvin Hoch, George Honig, Jerome Jacobson, Alan Kahn, Arnold Kaplan, Mark Lakin, Maurice Lebowitz, 
Gerald Leef, Howard Levin, Robert Levin, Bruce Mer, Edward Miller, Morton Miller, David Mutchnik, Allan Nelson, Robert Nopar, George 
Raab, Stewart Rosenfeld, Perry Rudich, Harold Saferstein, Leslie Shanoff, James Sharp, Ronald Shlensky, Edward Shore, Morton Shulman, 
Gerald Silverstein, Richard Spellberg, Alan Steen, Benjamin Stephan, Philip Taxman, Eugene Trager, Marvin Turk, Jordan Waxman, Ernest 
Weis, Abraham Wolf 



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Phi Rho Sigma was founded at Northwestern 
University in 1890. The Beta Gamma chapter 
was established on this campus in 1894. There 
are 27 active chapters. 




Officers — Top row: Richard Phillis, house manager; Thomas Glatter, 
treasurer; John Anderson, social chairman; Joseph Libnoch, 
senior warden; James Callaway, vice president; Russell Snow, 
president 

Not in panel: Thomas Layman, commissar; Peter Leonardson, secre- 
tary 



PHI RHO SIGMA 




Top row: Larry Samuels, Robert Webb, Charles Fagan, Richard Logan, Victor Oberhue, Ralph Frazier, Robert Bort, William Jewell, Gene Kuehn, 

Charles Salisbury 
Fourth row: Jerry Cargill, Farrell Mock, Edward Corder, David Ott, Paul Brant, Joseph Poggi, David Kammeyer, John Purnell, Gordon Messmore 
Third row : Charles Hoffman, Donald Buser, Joseph Zbornik, William Simms, Richard Suhs, Roderic Huber, Gerald Sauer, Charles Williams, Eugene 

Blaum, Forrest Smith, Harvey Knaak 
Second row : Elroy Engeling, Patrick Chamberlain, Emory Sobiesk, David Petty, Peter Baker, Don Knapp, Allen Kaalaas, Gerry Tuveson, Lester 

Soyka, Donald Hinderliter 
Bottom row: John Anderson. Thomas Layman, James Callaway, Russell Snow, Thomas Glatter, Richard Phillis, Peter Leonardson, Joseph Libnoch 
Not in panel: John Bender Raymond Bessemer, Peter Boelens, Louis Burger, Harold Conley, James Crouse, Arnold Curnyn, Karl Davidson, Bert- 
win Einfalt, Ronald Erickson, Joseph Gulick, John Hackett, Gerald Hammond, David Hockman. Edwin Kerr, Gordon Lucas. James McElhaney, 
Franklin Mattig, Howard Mueller, James Nicklas, William Richardson, Charles Shean, Fred Storner, Lorenzo Strader, Leonard Todd, James 
Tosetti, Joseph Velek, James Volkel 




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Top row: Sylvia Arakawa, Marilyn Rains, Susan Strandin, secretary; Janet Anderson, treasurer; Barbara Loar, president; Clark Sabine, Gilbert 

Fink 
Bottom row: Janet Field, vice president; Rochelle Barbre, Kancy Torma, Barbara Schob, Betty Hurwitz, Jean Ballein, Martha Gross 

Illi-Sota, the Illinois Student Occupational Therapy Association, has chapters on both the Urbana 
campus and the Chicago Professional campus. This association is designed to acquaint both members 
and non-members with the activities of Occupational Therapy. Associate professor, Miss Beatrice Wade, 
head of the Occupational Therapy Department, is the sponsor of Illi-Sota. 



ILLI-SOTA 



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Third roiv : Carol Theodorow, Nancy Zalkind, Judith Balton, Helen Hikido, Linnea Swanson, Judith Roberts, Judith Zitzler 

Second row : Ruth Halligan, Margaret Petersen, Sydell Shapiro, Sally Swanson, Nadine Everett, Virginia Long, Janet Tansley, Ruth Goldschmidt, 

June Fritsch 
Bottom row: Virginia Robson, Theresan Healy, Emilie Cunningham, Bud Swartz, treasurer; Mary Allen, president; Diane Ritter, vice president; 

Carol Sutor, Claire Kaplan 
Not in panel : Gloria Ackerman, Judith Berlinsky, Linda Bezdek, Loni Deutsch, Harriet Ellman, Sharon Foster, Katherine Goldberg, Coralie Hirsch, 

Phyllis Horwitz, Ann Kretschmer, Marlyn Leverance. Marcia Landgren, Linda Schein, Pauline Schall, Sue Shapiro, secretary; Bette Simon, 

Judith Simonson, Carol Speers, Sandra Spitzer, Judith Weininger, Judie Weintraub, Martha Wollenweber 





Beatrice Wade, Head of the Occupational 
Therapy Department 



OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 



SENIORS 




Jean Cooper Molina 

Alpha Lambda Delta (1); Honors Dav 
(1,2,3); Phi Kappa Phi (3); Scholar- 
ship Key; Mini Union Committee (3); 
Illi-Sota, treasurer (2), secretary (3), vice 
president (4) ; Newman Foundation (3) 



Debi Anne Fay LaPorte, Indiana 

Alpha Chi Omega, president (3) ; Illi-Sota, 
president (3); Mortar Board; Torch; Shi- 
Ai ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; Concert Band 
(1); University Theater (1); ILLIO (1) ; 
Illini Union Committees (1, 2, 3) ; Major 
Chairman Illini Union Barbershoppers (2) ; 
Illini Union Council (3) ; Campus Chest 
(1, 2) ; Student Residence Hall Associa- 
tion (4); Honors Day (1) 



Nancy June Lachmann Chicago 

Illi-Sota, secretary (4) ; YWCA Committee 
(2,3) 



Martha Jane Serven Prairie City 

YWCA (1.2); Union Committee (4); 
Hand (1) ; McKinley Foundation (1, 2, 3) ; 
Illi-Sota (1, 2, 3, 4) 



Sandra Marianne Ullom Nolcomis 

Delta Zeta; Illi-Sota 



Janice Carolyn Wilkes LaGrange 

Alpha Lambda Delta, vice president (1); 
Honors Day (1,2,3); Freshman Adviser 
(2); Union Red Cross Committee (3); 
Illi-Sota 




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SCHOOL OF 



Dean Emily C. Cardew 



Preparation for nursing on a baccalaureate level is 
a recent development in Illinois. The University of 
Illinois School of Nursing, now in its fourth year, has 
pioneered in the establishment of nursing education 
completely within the context of higher education. 
There is a growing recognition of the need for larger 
numbers of practitioners with this type of preparation 
who can be expected to exert leadership and to con- 
tribute to the improvement of health conditions. 
The curriculum in nursing provides for a broad back- 
ground in the liberal arts, as well as for a sound 
preparation in nursing and the allied sciences. 





At home 



Pediatrics 



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NURSING 





At work 



Laboratory technique 



The Neuropsychiatries Institute and the Research and Educational Hospital 



The basic science departments of the colleges 
of medicine and pharmacy provide pre-clinical 
instruction. Representatives of the other health 
professions contribute consistently throughout 
the clinical years. The University of Illinois Re- 
search and Educational Hospitals provide facil- 
ities for clinical practice. Experience in these 
facilities and in selected small community 
(rural) hospitals. Through the careful selection 
of a wide range of experiences, the graduate 
of this program is prepared to participate in the 
health care of people in hospitals and public 
health agencies in both urban and rural com- 
munities. 



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SCHOOL OF NURSING 

SENIORS 






Natalie Marline Baum Chicago 

Class President; Class Vice President (3) ; 
Student Council; NSNA; SNAI 

Alice Marlene Beck Granite City 

Pi Beta Phi; Class President (2); Stu- 
dent Council; SNAI; NSNA; Student 
Residence Hall Association 

Ida Marie Blessing Chicago 

Student Council; NSNA; SNAI 

Nancy Brook Rochelle 

Illini Union Social Committee (2, 3, 4) ; 

Class Secretary (3) 

Beverly Damler Chicago 



Judith May Fleer Chicago 

R.N. 

Shirley Garrett Lake Zurich 

Student Council (3, 4) ; Executive Student 
Council (3,4); Student Residence Hall 
Association 

Paula Jane Gerspacher Pekin 

Alpha Lambda Delta (2) ; Star Course (1) ; 
University Choir (1); Oratorio Society 
(1) 



Patricia Ann Hagan Champaign 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; NSNA (2,3,4); 

SNAI (2, 3, 4) 



Ann Lucile Harris Chicago 

Student Council (3, 4) ; Executive Student 
Council (3) ; Class Vice President 







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584 



Zetta M. Jameson Robuins 

Class Treasurer (3) ; NSNA; SNAI 




Celerina Sales Lim 

San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte, Philippines 
R.N. 



Janet Ruth Matheny Morton 

R.N. 



Patricia Mary Ann Naidert. . . .Chicago 
NSNA (3) ; SNAI (3) 



Irene E. Priest Morley, Michigan 

R.N. 



Carolyn Ann Schmitz Joliet 

Class Social Chairman 

Marion E. Smith Lincoln 

R.N. 

Juanita J. Steinman Champaign 

R.N. 

Rosik Bell Williams Chicago 

Chi Alpha Pi 

Sandra Rowena Wyss Peoria 

R.N. 




585 




Top row: Barrie Zoll, Renetta Wicher, Ellen Riggle, Rochelle Koeberlein, Elizabeth Steger, Judith Ohlson, Marguerite Dixon 

Bottom row: Carol Misheck, treasurer; Joan Newberry, representative; Ann Ruth, representative; Delores Read, secretary; Lenore Zamis, 
vice president; Gloria Ribnek, president 



NURSING JUNIORS 



586 



NURSING SOPHOMORES 

Top row: Betty Haw, Carole Dohm, Lucille Harrison, Caryl Peterson, secretary; Marilyn Belter, treasurer; Shirley Henderson 
Second row: Martha Cage, Patricia Blaser, Georgette Chaloupka, Nycemah Islam, Joana Gecas, Mary Floyd, president; Marcia Ihrig 
Bottom row : Mary Welsch, Eva Berzins, Charlotte Von Behren, Judy Olson, Joan Campbell, Kathleen Fairbairn 
Not in panel: Carol Benson, vice president; Patsy Diao, Alfreda Grady 




The Graduate College on this campus, under a 
separate Associate Dean, holds a unique position in 
that it exists semi-autonomously as a division of the 
Graduate College within the University. The na- 
tional need for full-time teachers and research work- 
ers in the medical sciences has never been greater. 
More men retire each year from medical science 
faculties than are entering graduate study toward 
doctorates in these sciences. The greater availability 
of money for research and support of graduate edu- 
cation has as yet not reversed this trend. The future 
health security of this country will be determined in 
part by the extent to which this challenge is met. 
Many well-trained men with Master of Science and 
Doctor of Philosophy degrees in basic medical 
sciences are needed to meet this existing crisis. The 
division of the Graduate College on this campus is 
engaged in a continuing program to alleviate this 
critical problem. 




Milan Novak, Associate Dean 



GRADUATE COLLEGE 



Probing the Mysteries of Sleep 




587 




COLLEGE OF 



Dr. Joseph S. Begando, Acting Dean 



Pharmacy is a science based upon two fundamental 
sciences— the biological and the physical. During the last 
decade Pharmacy has seen momentous advancements in 
both of these fields. The antibiotics, hormones, and drugs 
affecting the central nervous system have swollen the 
pharmacist's card index. This is primarly due to not only 
biological advancements but those in pharmaceutical 
chemistry as well. 

The College of Pharmacy itself has followed many 
transitions and advancements since its foundation in 1859. 
Since 1954, the College has been relocated in a new self- 
contained pharmacy building at 833 South Wood Street. 
Four floors of laboratories in addition to a pharmaceutical 
manufacturing plant working in conjunction with the hos- 
pital pharmacy are two important features. Thus, the Col- 
lege has kept pace with the progress of the profession. 



East D.M.P. 




588 



PHARMACY 







In the above, the Junior-Senior Dispensing 
laboratory is pictured. It is one of the up-to- 
date laboratories in the College of Pharmacy. 
Each student has within his reach a kit which 
is modelled after a prescription counter, con- 
taining all the equipment and materials neces- 
sary to fill the assigned prescriptions of the 
course. The learning is complemented by the 
environment. 



College of Pharmacy 
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CLASS OFFICERS 




Steve B. Benak Chicago 

Class President; Student Council; Class 
Treasurer (2); Kappa Psi ; Rho Chi; 
Honors (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Ulini Union Music 
Committee 




Robert Duane Lawrence Dundee 

Class Vice President; Student Council; 
Phi Delta Chi ; Interf raternity Council 



Marilyn Catherine Kribley. . .Berwyn 
Class Secretary (1,2,4); Lambda Kappa 
Sigma ; Senior Key Committee ; Student 
Council (2) 



Robert Cornelius Kunkel Cicero 

Class Treasurer; Phi Delta Chi 



David Edward Haraburda Chicago 

Student Council ; Kappa Psi ; Class Vice 
President (3) ; Interf raternity Council 

Olpeo J. Lorenzetti Chicago 

Student Council (3, 4) ; Executive Student 
Council (3,4); A.Ph.A. President 

Caesar A. Garibaldi Chicago 

Student Council (2,3,4); Kappa Psi; 
Class President (3) 




590 




Robert Dean Anderson L'armi 

Phi Delta Chi; Illini Union Coffee Hour 
Committee; Senior Announcement Commit- 
tee; Student Council (1) 



Fred M. Ban Chicago 

Kappa Psi 



Gerald Barnbaum , 
Delta Kappa Sigma 



. Chicago 



Herbert W. Binder. 
Delta Kappa Sigma 



. Chicago 











James S. Borucki Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma 

Donald Jay Brody Chicago 

Rho Chi 

Richard Allen Cercle Brookfield 

Honors (1); Rho Chi; A.Ph.A. Executive 
Council; Class Treasurer (3); ILLIO 
Committee 

Pay Marie Christensen Oak Lawn 

Student Council (2) 

Seymour Ira Cohen Chicago 

Honors (1,3); Rho Chi 

Arthur H. Downey Joliet 

Student Council (3) 

Carolyn Elizabeth Dring Wheaton 

Lambda Kappa Sigma; Class Secretary 
(2) ; Senior Key Committee 

Norbert John Dybas Chicago 

Kappa Psi 

Hugh G. Eadie Cicero 



Thomas A. Ertel Aurora 

Edward Andrew Forcash Berwyn 

Nina Rose Foushi Chicago Heights 

Lambda Kappa Sigma; Phi Mu Phi; Illini 
Union Social Committee; Senior Key Com- 
mittee 

Lane D. Frankel Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma 

Robert Bernard Freedkin Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; Illini Union Social 
Committee 

Marvin Harold Goeke Chicago 

Daniel J. Goldsmith Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A. Executive 
Council (3, 4) ; Interfraternity Council 

Frank Joseph Grabowski Chicago 

Kappa Psi 

Victor Balbo Grandinetti Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; Rho Chi 






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591 








592 



John Joseph GROCHOMi Chicago 

Phi Delta I'lii; Class Vice President (1); 
Student Council (3) 



.1 \mes J. Hare Cicero 

Illini Union Music Committee 



Frederick William Huizinga . . . Chicago 



Sterling Eugene Ivy 

Fredericktoun, Missouri 
B.S. 



Gerald Lee Jacoby Freeport 

Phi Delta Chi; Class President (1); Stu- 
dent Council (2) 



Gunnard Harry Johnson, Jr.. .Berwyn 
Kappa Psi 



Gerald Kaplan Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; Rho Chi; Phi Kappa 
Phi; High Honors (1,2,3) 

Charles Boyer Kasper Lockport 

Honors (1,2); High Honors (3); Phi 
Kappa Phi ; Rho Chi ; ILLIO Committee 

Russell Neal King Blue Island 

Kappa Psi 



Leonajrd Kligman Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; Senior Announce- 
ment Committee 

Helen Jane Kowalik Chicago 

Lambda Kappa Sigma 

Earl Marvin Krause Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma 



Edmund Francis Kropidlowski. .Chicago 
Rho Chi; Honors (1, 2, 3) 



William Glynn Kruse Lombard 

Phi Delta Chi 



Alfred Joseph Lescher. . . .River Forest 
Phi Delta Chi; Rho Chi; A.Ph.A. Execu- 
tive Council 



Charles Lester Lindberg Lockport 

Phi Delta Chi 

Marshall, Mann Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma 

Geraldine Ann Martin Chicago 












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Alan Irving Maslov Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma 

Harold MASON Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma 

Leslie B. Masover Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma 

Bradley F. Miller Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma 

Fred F. Morris Chicago 

Ronald Anthony Moss Chicago 

Kappa Psi; Class Vice President (2); 
Student Council (1, 3) 

Donn Spencer Nelson Elgin 

Phi Delta Chi 

Daniel A. Nona Franklin Park 

Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A. Executive Council 

Burton Novak Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma 



Donald George Piha Chicago 

Walter Pupich Chicago 

Kappa Psi 

Stanley Rosen Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma 

Richard Lewis Rosenberg Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma 

Herbert Irwin ROSKIN Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; Student Council (1) 



Wilbur Anthony Sohenk, Jr.. .Chicago 
Kappa Psi 



Fred Edward Schwartz Chicago 

A.Ph.A. Executive Council; Illini Union 
Music Committee 

Sheldon Shlossman Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma 

Francis Joseph Simons Chicago 

Kappa Psi ; Senior Gift Committee 








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Christopher Anthony Stankus. Chicago 
Kappa Psi; A.Ph.A. Vice President (3); 
Class President (2) ; Senior Gift Commit- 
tee; Student Council (1,2) 



Thomas W. Stasiak Cicero 

Senior Announcement Committee 

Fred Swede Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma 

Paul Joseph Szpara Chicago 

Kappa Psi 

Robert Casimir Szttjk Chicago 

Kappa Psi 



Harvey Sherwin Tenenblatt . . . Chicago 
Delta Kappa Sigma 



Donald William Vanoor Joliet 

Phi Delta Chi; Rho Chi; A.Ph.A. Execu- 
tive Council 

George Newell Wachs Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; Rho Chi 

Jerome Marion Welenc Chicago 



Casimer M. Wieczorek. . . .Melrose Park 
Newman Club 



Frank Tibor Zaboretzky 

Budapest, Hungary 



Ernest Leonard Zegadlo Cicero 








594 




Officers — lop row: Jack Hill, vice president; Arthur Smith, treasurer 

Bottom row: Bruce Fick, representative •; Lawrence Fischer, representative; Thomas Harwood, 
secretary ; Larry Bushu, representative ; Frank Golab, president 



PHARMACY JUNIORS 



Top row : Edward Whitcomb, Joel Rosen, Clyde Rush, James Schultz, Ted Dybas, Bruce Fick, Arthur Karwacki, Weldon Johnson, Ryo Kubota 

Third row : Ronald Wilbois, Harold Zfaney, Kenneth Rus, Harold Farber, George Marcotte, Thomas Harwood, Jack Hill, Donald Schultz, Lawrence 
Fischer 

Second row : Marie Matesi, Patricia McLeod, Jeanette Sikora, Theresa Hula, Carol Maher, Carol Krahl, Elizabeth Wassmer, Arthur Smith, Robert 
Martini 

Bottom row: Theodore Rosenthal, Arthur Drucker, Larry Bushu, Frank Golab, Harold Rogers, Gerald Fogel, Nathaniel Grant, Ralph Schack, Walker 
Lobbins 

Not in panel: D. Ambrose, R. Anderson, F. Barone, D. Baugher, E. Burke, G. Bowver, H. Buck, D. Buttitta, J. Caruso, E. Choate, D. Derrick, P. 
Dickler, S. Dishman, R. Duff, J. DyJa, B. Enquist, J. Fleming, L. Gurdello, T. Gladson, R. Glessner, T. Grady, E. Gunzel, P. Gusich, L. Hoffman, 
G. Holmes, R. Juska, M. Kalom, W. Karlson, R. Kelly, H. Korbrin, M. Kornaus, T. Krakowski, J. Kramer, J. Kritzman, M. Krugel, R. Kry- 
wokulski, M. Lerman. B. Lichter, S. Lilinski, A. Manson, A. Marton, F. Mazzuca, R. Mazzuca, P. Meehan, M. Middleton, S. Minsky, P. Mass, W. 
Motyka, R. Nedved, R. Parker, G. Perlman, R. Propoggio, J. Puis, H. Raiman, S. Rinsella, D. Serowiecki, B. Shwahman, A. Sirota, L. Soble, 
N. Spunt, D. Thurston, J. Trogdon, H. Turk, R. Valvoda, G. Wallace, H. Watson, S. Weiner, T. Welch, D. Zugschwerdt, C. Zuraitis 



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595 




Top row: Michael Schmidt, Michael Fructer, unidentified, Charles Ostrowski, Lawrence Lipschitz, Gerald Perlman, Mitchell Lyp, Patrick Duhig, 

Robert Schuster 
Third row: Samuel Kennedy, Jean Simpson, Barbara Dudek, Joanne Perenti, Catherine Griffin, Louis Greifinstein, Russell Lange, Thomas Benton, 

Gerald West, Michael Schwartz 
Second row: Richard Budny, Dale Foster, Robert Rakitan, Robert Krzystofszyk, Jerry Balok, William Stender, George Zivtins, Sheldon Dim, 

Joseph Bukovsky, Jr., Russell Miller 
Bottom row: Donald Hecht, Richard Mathis, Richard Potocki, Carl Chatfield, Ronald Gave, Lawrence Beers, William Mercer, Erwin Gadzinski, 

Donald Johnson 

PHARMACY FRESHMEN 



Top row: Richard Bonaldi, Frank Sweas, Antoine Wieczorek, Gregory Pechous, John Cain, James Novak, Donald Grant, Ronald Jeanblanc, Roger 
Marlow, Daniel Pasowicz, James Schuetter 

Fourth row: Ronald Derengowski, Richard Justik, Guy Papa, Anthony Grillo, Ruthmarie Ambrosia, Patricia Belzowski, Donald King, James Wil- 
lenius, Allen Flower, Allen Caswell, John Prete, Michael Gelfond 

Third row: Dennis Barry, William Smith, Waltraud Lukas, Mary Meeker. Barbara Higgins, Jeanine Weideman, Mary Tyska, Keith Karnstedt 

Second row : Laddie Cosmo, Frank Licari, William Wood, Norman Lale, James Garrett, Kenneth Petras, Donald Wiach, Anthony Pluimner, Eugene 
Pawlisz, Esther Cueksey, Marilyn Zarwoski, Barbara Probek. Robert Felsenberg 

Bottom row: Carl Gentry, Neale Cady, Bruce Callahan. Roger Nelson, Alan Katz, Melvin Sacks, Sidney Stern, Larrie Miller, Fred Chernikoff, 
Norman Maslowsky 

Not in panel: Robert Auer, Gene Bernardoni, Horace Bulger, Robert Cable, Raymond Callahan, David Chrisos, William Closset, Roger Conrad, Daniel 
Consaivo, Anton Dering, Augustine Diana, Alan Edrinn, Gerald Egdo rf, Rodney Esmael, Edward Farrell, Max Fierer, Joanne Fink, James Finne- 
gan, Edward Fojtik, Phillip Fragassi, Arthur Gordon, Mandel Gordon, Joseph Guderian, James Hargesheimer, Joseph Harrill, Ronald Hedberg, 
James Hermes, Paul Hix, James Hoffman, Berkley Honoroff, Bohumil Horesovsky, Stephen Jakubiec, Henry Juiris, William Klein, Allan Kramer, 
John Landgraf, William Mann, Bernard Lisitza, Anthony LiVolsi, William McCormick, Thomas McMahon, Russell Macaluso, George Madzinski, 
Timothy Marcy, Marvin Marth. Howard Michaels, Aaron Miller, Louis Monaco, Barrett Maravec, Roger Nelson, Vincent Nirtaut, William 
O'Donnell, Charles Owen. David Perlove, Richard Pipala, Stephen Portenlanger, Richard Postawa, Steven Poulos, Ormel Prust, Kenneth Rigg, 
Ronald Ritchie, Milford Robinson, Charles Rothschild, Joseph Santoro, Richard Scheele, Elliott Schwartz, Richard Schwitz, Alex Serverino, 
Theodore Sapero, Herbert Singer, John Sproul, Andrew Stathopoulos, Seymour Steinberg, Sigmund Steinfink, Ronald Swain, Charles Szydlow- 
ski, Virginia Taylor, Morton Teitelbaum, George Thompson, Robert Tritthart, Gerald Wagner, Clement Warzecha, Ernest Weinberg, Kenneth 
Welsch, Ronald Zanardo 



596 





Top row: Frank Golab, David Haraburda, Caesar Garibaldi, Lawrence Fischer 

Second, row: Jack Hill, vice president; Frank Muno, Bruce Fick, Olfeo Lorenzetti, Marshall Olsen 

Bottom row: Larry Bushu, president; Robert Koemer, secretary; Robert Lawrence, treasurer; Rosemarie Wilkas, 



Prof. James Davis, adviser 



PHARMACY STUDENT COUNCIL 



The Pharmacy Student Council acts as a co- 
ordinator between the four pharmacy classes and 
their programs and as the connecting link between 
the student body and the faculty of the Pharmacy 
School. It solves student problems and refers them 
to the faculty. 

The Council is composed of nineteen members : 
the president and vice-president of each class, two 
elected representatives from each class and the 
past presidents of each of the classes. A president, 



vice president, secretary, and treasurer are then 
elected as the council officers. A member of the 
faculty is also present at the meetings as the fac- 
ulty adviser for the council, giving a guiding hand 
to the organization. Regular meetings of the coun- 
cil are held twice each month and special meet- 
ings are called when the occasion arises. The 
powers of the council are those conferred upon it 
by the Committee on Student Affairs of the Chi- 
cago Professional Colleges. 



Ancient Pharmacy 



The Story of Rauwolfia 





Top row: David Haraburda, vice president; Larry Bushu, treasurer 

Second row: Henry Watson, Robert Lawrence, Jeanne Glus, secretary; Frances Patka, Daniel Goldsmith, president 

Bottom row: Dennis Ambrose 

PHARMACY INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



KAPPA PSI 



Kappa Psi was founded at the Russell Military Academy in 1879. The Chi chapter was established on 
this campus in 1910. There are 46 active chapters. 

Top row: Donald Buttita, Dr. Alfred Perkins, Steve Benak, Prank Grabowski, Keith Anderson, Frank Bosco, Paul Pinta, Russell King 

Second row: Dr. Conrad Blomquist, Dr. Jean Dunbar, Dr. Stanley Susina, Dr. James Gearien, Eugene Dehner, Frank Gorski, Dr. Charles Clarke, 
John O'Donnell, Anthony Serio 

Bottom row: Walter Pupich, Gunnard Johnson, Edwin Choate, vice regent; Christopher Stankus, repent; Dr. George Webster, Ted Gladson, secre- 
tary; David Haraburda, Russell Ball, Dennis Ambrose 

Not in panel: Fred Ban, Richard Beck, Norbert Dybas, Barry Enquist, Caesar Garibaldi, Donald Iglinski, Donald O'Mara, Kenneth Rus, Wilbur 
Schenk, treasurer; Joseph Simons, Albert Sirota, Robert Sztuk, Paul Szpara, Russell Vann 




598 



Delta Kappa Sigma was founded at the Uni- 
versity of Illinois in 1921. There is one active 
chapter. 




Officers — Top row: Ronald Wilbois, pledge chairman; Harold Farber, 
treasurer; Theodore Rosenthal, financial scribe; Irwin Dorfman, 
marshall 

Bottom row: Henry Watson, secretary; Ralph Schack, vice chancellor; 
Prof. James Davis, adviser; Jerrold Schwartz, chancellor 



DELTA KAPPA SIGMA 




Top row: Ira Chasen, Arnold Horwitz, Lane Frankel, Daniel Goldsmith, Stuart Simon 

Third row : Gerald Barnbaum, Harvey Kobrin, Gerald Wachs, Bradley Miller, Robert Freedkin, Sheldon Weiner 

Second row: Richard Rosenberg. Joseph Scheindel, Harold Zfaney, Leonard Kligman, Gerald Pearlman, Gerald Fogel, Melwn Dolin 

Bottom row: Joel Rosen, Ronald Wilbois, Henry Watson, Ralph Schack, Jerrold Schwartz, Prof. James Davis, Harold Farber, Irwin Dorfman, Allen 

Maslov 
Not in panel: Herbert Binder, Arthur Drucker, Victor Grandinetti, Gilbert Holmes, Earl Krause, Matthew Krugel. Morton Lerman, Burton Lichter, 

Lester Massover, Stanley Rosen, Earl Rotstein, Benny Schwackman, Sheldon Sohlssman, Nathan Spunt, Fred Swede, Harvey Tenenblatt 




599 




Officers — Top row: Norhert Wojcieehowski, Jack Hill, Robert Lawrence, 

treasurer; Bruce Fick, Frank Jeras 
Bottom row: Dr. Dwight Deartlorf, adviser; John Grocholl, president; 

Donald Vangor, secretary; Larry Bushu, vice president 



Phi Delta Chi was founded at the University 
of Michigan in 1883. The Alpha Sigma chap- 
ter was established on this campus in 1952. 
There are 27 active chapters. 




PHI DELTA CHI 



Top roii': Ronald Nedved, Thomas Cecola, Ronald Ivanich, Weldon Johnson, Tom Trogdon, Arthur Maicke, Frank Golab, Jack Sabin, Frank Muno, 

Edward Whitcomb 
Third row : Howard Turk, Joseph Caruso, Arthur Karwacki, Ronald Foreman, Robert Anderson, George Marcotte, Adrian Feinerman, Lawrence 

Fischer, Larry Kelly, Roden Duff 
Second row: David Derrick, Edward Berke, Don Schultz, Thomas Harwood, Donnie Baugher, James Pickens, Eugene Gualandri, Arthur Smith, 

Gerald Jacoby, Peter Amundson, Alfred Lescher 
Bottom row: Daniel Nona, Norbert Wojciechowski. Jack Hill. Bruce Fick, James Fleming, Donald Vangor, Ryo Kubota, Larry Bushu, Frank Jeras, 

Robert Lawrence, John Grocholl, Dr. Dwight Deardorf, adviser 
Not in panel: Robert Kunkle, Clyde Rush, Marvin Tomberg 



600 





Top row: Jeanne Glus, Ruth Lidecka, Mary Kornaus, Betty McDermott, Emily Szalek, Carolyn Bring, Frances Patka. historian; Nina Foushi 
Second row : Charlene Atwood, Theresa Hula, Carol Maher, Jeanette Sikora, Patricia McLeod, Fay Christensen, Rosalie Valvoda, Muriel Matthei 
Bottom row: Leona Gola, Rose Ann Grundman, faculty sponsor; Elizabeth Wassmer, president; Carol Krahl, vice president; Rosemarie Wilkes, 

corresponding secretary ; Marilyn Kribley, treasurer; Marlene Pruss, sergeant-at-arms ; Vivian Kardash, recording secretary 
Not in panel : Greta Bowyer, Marie Matesi, Phyllis Moss, Regina Variakojis 

Lambda Kappa Sigma is a Pharmacy Professional Sorority, established and dedicated to the purpose of 
providing an opportunity for women pharmacy students to advance culturally, socially, educationally 
and professionally. The sorority was founded in 1913 and is now the oldest and largest pharmaceutical 
sorority with 33 active chapters and 15 graduate chapters. 

LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA 



RHO CHI 



Rho Chi promotes the advancement of the pharmaceutical sciences. 

Top row: Gerald Wachs, Seymour Cohen, Stephan Benak, Donald Brody, president; Gerald Kaplan, Victor Grandinetti, Alfred Lescher, Edward 

Lewis, historian; Alvin Galinsky 
Second row: Stanislaus Smolenski, Dr. Stanley Susina, secretary-treasurer ; Dr. James Gearien, Dr. Dwight Deardorff, Dr. Jean Dunbar, Dr. 

George Webster, John Fischer, Bruce Martin 
Bottom row: Florence Klee. Eugene Dehner, Charles Kasper, Donald Vangor, Richard Cerele, vice president; Allen Gomoll, Dr. Alfred Perkins, 

Sherlane Stach 
Not in panel: Edmund Kropidlowski 




601 




Officers — Top roiv : Daniel Nona, Jerrold Schwartz, Fred Schwartz, 

Alfred Lescher, Howard Patinkin, Daniel Goldsmith 
Second row: Bruce Fick, Lawrence Fischer, Donald Vangor, Richard 

Cercle, David Haraburda, Thomas Stasiak 
Bottom row: Olfeo Lorenzetti, president; Elizabeth Wassmer, secretary; 

Arthur Karwacki, vice president; Marshall Olsen, treasurer; Dr. 

Herbert Emig, adviser; Patricia McLeod 
Not in Panel : Frank Barone, Paul Karracker, Betty McDermott, 

Christopher Stankus 



AMERICAN 

PHARMACEUTICAL 

ASSOCIATION 



All students enrolled in the College of 
Pharmacy are eligible for membership in the 
student branch of the American Pharma- 
ceutical Association. The purpose of this 
organization is to help members enlarge their 
professional knowledge by stimulating par- 
ticipation in study and research and to keep 
them well informed through the presentation 
of current pharmaceutical and scientific liter- 
ature. Each month members of the student 
branch receive the JOURNAL OF THE 
AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL AS- 
SOCIATION, which contains news and in- 
formation of particular interest concerning 
the profession of pharmacy and its allied 
sciences. 

The students become aware of the many 
organizations presently active in the profes- 
sion and are introduced to current legislation 
which affects the profession. Future leaders 
are prepared for their positions of leadership 
by becoming interested in activities such as 
these. 

Ry means of these activities and many 
others, the student of pharmacy becomes in- 
tegrated into the profession upon which he 
is soon to embark. 



Top row: Edward Whitcomb, Nathaniel Grant, Roy Roseland. Frank Jeras, Thomas Trogden. Arthur Maicke, Jack Sabin, Edmund Kropidlowski, 

Gunnard Johnson, Thomas Hunt, David Cooper, Vincent Nirtaut 
Fourth row : Robert Zegadlo, Jerome Welene, Robert Martini, Frank Golab, Thomas Secola, Frank Muno, George Marcotte, Seymour Cohen, James 

Borucki, Robert Freedkin, Kenneth Rus, Frank Grabowski, Norbert Dybas 
Third row: Charles Lindberg, Henry Watson, John Carrol, Gilbert Holmes, Larry Bushu, Thomas Harwood, Robert Sztuk, Arthur Smith, Alan 

Maslov, Gerald Barnbaum, Leslie Masover, Irwin Hallet, John Moore, Frederick Morris 
Second row : Norman Lale, Daniel Pasowitz, Ronald Wilbois, Harold Zfaney, Robert Lawrence, Jarry Wachs, James Pickens, Ryo Kubota, Eugene 

Gualandri, Thomas Ertel, High Eadie, Lane Frankel. Fred Ban, Wilbur Schenk 
Bottom row : Marvin Marth, Dennis Wacek, Carolyn Dring, Geraldine Martin, Helen Kowalik, Carol Krahl, Carol Maher, Theresa Hula, John 

Grocholl 
Not in panel : Frank Barone, Paul Karracker, Betty McDermott. Christopher Stankus 



602 





A watched pot never boils. 




Morning surgery 



ALL-CAMPUS 
CANDIDS 




Tins won't hurt a bit. 



Nurses chorus line 








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ALL-CAMPUS 
ACTIVITIES 



The Union is the hub of social and recreational ac- 
tivities for the Chicago Professional Colleges. 

The Display, Music, and Social Committees plan 
such events as the Christmas Sing and Dance, Open 
House for New Students, quarterly mixers, and 
movies, as well as the Winter Carnival, in which all 
fraternal groups participate. 

Additions to the Union's program include a Presi- 
dents Dinner and formation of a Coffee Hour Com- 
mittee. The former brought together leaders of all 
organizations and representatives of the administra- 
tion to discuss common problems. The Coffee Hour 
Committee will plan a variety of programs to high- 
light the Thursday afternoon get-togethers. 



Chicago Illini Union 



CHICAGO ILLINI UNION 

Social committee — Top row : Robert Freedkin. Robert Bradbury 

Second row: Donald Newell, chairman; Gerald Silverstein, James McElhaney, Larry Bushu, Peter Leffman, Alfred Bass, Grace Bacon 
Bottom row: Elizabeth Stoger, Jay Ellenby 

Not in panel: Nancy Brook, James Creath, Donald Findlav, Nina Foushi, Thomas Clatter, John Hill, Larry Hochman, Barry Janov, William 
Phelps, Charles Terrell 



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Left to right: Egon Schein, Delores Read, Barrie Zoll, Donald Rice, Carolyn Miseheck, Lenore Zamis, Shirley Tepper 
Not in panel: John Barker, Allen Goldberg, chairman; Marilyn Rains, Nancy Simmons, Martha Serven 

ILLINI UNION DISPLAY COMMITTEE 



ILLINI UNION MUSIC COMMITTEE 



Top row: Barbara Lesak, Ellen Riggle, Mary Breen 

Middle roiv : James Pritchard, chairman; James Hare, Fred Schwartz 

Bottom row : Steve Benak, Robert Flamer, Robert Pasnau 

Not in panel: Stephen Schubert, Marvin Tomberg, Robert Williams 




605 



WINTER 



Awaiting the judges' verdict 




CARNIVAL 



Angelic visitation 




Who will be queen? 

Winter Carnival is an annual event at the University 
of Illinois in Chicago. Any organization may enter and 
present a variety of entertainment. Each of these 
organized groups has the privilege of nominating a 
queen candidate. The queen is chosen by a number of 
faculty judges. 



w • ft f e I 






A pause that refreshes 




Judges from the faculty 



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Top row : Jack Hill, Claude Sime, Olfco Lorenzetti, Seymour Gottlieb 
Second row: Shirley Garrett, Leo Fitzgerald, Gloria Ribnek, Carol Benson 

Bottom row: James McElhaney, chairman; Larry Bushu, Dr. E. J. Forest, adviser; Benjamin Farnum 
Not in panel : Donald Gustafson 

The Executive Student Council acts as a liaison between the student councils of all four colleges, 
the administration, and the Chicago Illini Board. The presidents and two representatives from each stu- 
dent council are selected to serve on the Executive Student Council. Dr. E. J. Forest, Chairman of 
the Committee on Student Affairs, acts as adviser. 

EXECUTIVE STUDENT COUNCIL 



ILLIO COMMITTEE 



The Illio Committee of the Chicago Campus is responsible for the composition of the section of the 
yearbook devoted to the Chicago Professional Collleges. Sales, publicity, group pictures, page layouts, 
write-ups and copy editing keep the group busy from September through November. 

Top row : Michael Videka, Alfred Kobak, Marshall Olsen, Richard Cercle, Wayne Gilmore, Thomas Horrigan, Stanley Brandon, Frank Muno 
Bottom row: Rosalie Valvoda, Grace Bacon, Rolland Bethards, chairman; Charles Lane, John Leedom, Charles Kasper 
Not in panel : David Fishel, Joseph Gruber, Larry McKnelly, David Paset 




608 



ILLIO 

PHOTO 

CONTEST 



Third place: Gerald West 




Second place: Gerald West 




jfst 




First place: Donald Ore 



The Illio Committee each year sponsors a photo 
contest to encourage campus photographers. Every- 
one from the Chicago Campus may submit pictures. 
They are judged by a committee of three from the 
faculty. First prize is $15.00, second is $10.00 and 
third is $5.00. 



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STUDENT 
RESIDENCE HALL 



Student Residence Hall 



A residence hall, on a college or university 
campus, is not only a facility whose basic func- 
tion is to provide food and shelter for its occu- 
pants, but is also a laboratory designed to teach 
students social behavior, self-management and a 
spirit of community living. 

The physical structure must first of all com- 
fortably provide, with its many features and fa- 
cilities, for the basic needs of those who reside in 
it. However, the achievement of the spirit and 
success of good living lies wholly within the or- 



ganization, the attitude, and the industry of the 
residents of the structure. 

The Residence Hall Association is designed to 
promote and maintain a program of self-govern- 
ment of the well-being and development of its 
occupants who may present their views, desires, 
and opinions. It is anticipated through the years 
that a very effective and meaningful educational 
service will be rendered for the mutual benefit of 
the members of the Association and the Univer- 
sity. 



Toji row: Eugene Aiknian, social committee ; Fred Wuthrich, head counselor; Georgia Kost. counselor; Mallie Barclay, counselor 
Second roc:: Rene Kempen. social committee ; Gloria Ribnek. social committee ; George Jacoby, athletic chairman ; Ellen Riggle. social committee 
Bottom row: Joan Newberry, treasurer; James Gorman, vice president; Rex Stearns, president; Mr. Franklin Dalla, director of housing; Eliza- 
beth Steger, secretary 



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Top row: John Lanka, Richard Kelly, treasurer; Charles Zuraitis, Raymond DesRosiers, vice president; Frank Muno, Jack Landgraf, Gene 
Bernadoni 

Second roiv : David Dixcher, Janette Panzica, Joanne Gostomski, recording secretary; Nancy Horrel, Sharon Lying, Elise Wickersheim, Mary Ann 
Wlesch. Ruth Marie Ambrosia 

Bottom row: Rev. Robert Fyanes, Dr. Edward Vicher, faculty adviser; Anita Favretto, Vicki Fisher, Carole Maher, Theresa Hula, Caryl Peterson, 
Mairanne Tyska 

Not in panel: Victor Aydt, Leo Bieser, Mary Bryja. Allen Cahill, president ; Veronica Demers, Mary Discher, Jean Guzzo, Judy Hanson, Don 
Hecht. Thomas Horrigan, Dr. John Kempf, faculty adviser; Joan Koutz, Barbara Lesak, corresponding secretary; Dr. Edwin Liebenr, Toni 
Mazanec, Florian Nykeil, Barbara Parsons, Dr. Anthony Pereira, Richard Roberts. Daniel Shannon, Robert Skora, William Smedley, Jan Strom- 
berg, Richard Wahl, Jerry Walsh, Marilyn Zaworski 

The Newman Club is organized to deepen the spiritual and enrich the temporal lives of its members 
through a balanced program of religious, intellectual, and social activities. 



NEWMAN CLUB 



WESLEY FOUNDATION 

Wesley Foundation stimulates spiritual development among professional students through discussion, 
worship and activity. 

Top row: Robert McCook, Verley Lammon, Robert Bingham, Brent Wright. Sham Dutt, Joseph Ambolo 

Second row: Annabelle McCook, Edith Peterson, Laura Froeschle, Dolly Gillette, Sylvia Daugherty, Carol Posick, Gwen Walker, Sharon Tate, John 

Aye Ross, pastor-director 
Bottom row: Marianne Fuller, John Brewart, Mary Metros, secretary; Kathleen Lybolt, vice president ; Frederic Ball, president ; Sandra Ross, 

Virginia Curtis, Barbara Burns, treasurer 
Not in panel: Clement Aseron, John Barker, Stanley Brandon, Jean Dresser, Joan Dresser, David Fonts. Alfonso Martinez, Robert Matthies, Al 

Pruit, John Ross 




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John W. Brown, director of Physical Education 



PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 



Recreation and competitive sports are offered to all 
students by the physical education department of the 
Chicago Professional Colleges through the means of 
a well-rounded athletic program. 

Facilities are located in the Chicago Illini Union, 
and the nearby Duncan Y.M.C.A. is available to stu- 
dents for swimming and handball. The athletic pro- 
gram is directed by Mr. John Brown, now in his four- 
teenth year as the director of physical education. 

There are several main types of athletic programs. 
Varsity teams compete against other Chicago area col- 
leges in basketball, volleyball, softball, handball, swim- 
ming, tennis, golf, floor and table tennis, and free throw 
shooting. There are also recreational facilities avail- 
able for those who wish to relax and find diversion 
from studying. 

The varsity basketball team won seven and lost 
four games during the season. The tennis team cap- 
tured two out of three dual meets. After taking first 
place for two years, the golf squad dropped to second 
place by two strokes in the city collegiate tournament 
held at Mount Prospect Country Club. 



Intramural Basketball Champions: Nu Sigma Nu 



Tap row: Richard Wham, Joseph Crittenden 

Bottom row: Frank Ames, Harold Walgren, Ralph Kettelkamp 



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Intramural Softball Champions 
Phi Delta Epsilon 

Top row : Arnold Brody, Howard Hecht, Gerald Cohen, Paul Goldstein, 

Donald Miller 
Bottom row: George Rabb, Benjamin Stephan, Jordan Waxinan, Murton 

Strimling 



Intramural Volleyball Champions 
Kappa Psi 

Top row: John O'Donnell, Barry Enquist. Keith Anderson 
Second row: Paul Szpara, Russell Ball, Donald O'Mara 
Bottom row: Richard Schlueter, David Haraburda, Ted Gladson, Frank 
Grabowski 



THE INTRAMURAL WINNERS FOR 1956-7 



Fall Golf Nu Sigma Nu 

Swimming Alpha Kappa Kappa 

Volleyball Kappa Psi 

Basketball Nu Sigma Nu 

Softball Phi Delta Epsilon 

Badminton 

Singles G. Mulder 

Doubles T. Harwood and R. Kunkel 

Table Tennis 

Singles F. Swink 

Doubles R. Decker and J. Gouwens 

Varsity Basketball 1957 

Top row: James Elmes, Charles Stovall, Joseph Crittenden, Wayne Gil- 
more, James Stripe, Arnold Brody 

Second row: Harold Walgren, Lorenzo Strader, Frank Ames, Therron 
Srobbie, Ralph Kettelkamp 

Bottom, roii-: Robert Lukas, Herbert Hostetler, John Brown, Carl 
Adams, Bennie Carpenter 



Handball 

Singles H. Gerstein 

Doubles A. Kaplan and H. Gerstein 

Spring Golf G. Daly 

Free Throw J. Kramer 

Tennis 

Singles K. Veland 

Doubles K. Veland and D. Meyer 

Floor Tennis 

Singles J. Brown 

Doubles W. Carter and J. Brown 

One Wall Handball . H. Gerstein 



Varsity Tennis 1957 

Donald Ore. Howard Gerstein. Herbert Kayne 




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ADVERTISING INDEX 



Al Daniels Studio ... 639 

Busey First National Bank 635 

Campus Bookstore 629 

Champaign County Bank and Trust 621 

Co-op Bookstore 643 

John Deere and Co. 637 

Douglas Aircraft Co. 617 

Elgin Watch Co 627 

G. B. Grubb & Co 651 

Hofmann Music 629 

Hollywood Brands, Inc 623 

Mini Studio 619 

Mini Union Bookstore 621 

Interstate Binders 647 

Pantagraph Printing Co 631 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 653 

Bobeson's 635 

Urbana-Lincoln Hotel 1 g43 
Lincoln-Lodge Motel J 

Wings Bestaurant 653 



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INDEX 



Aaronson, Donald, 572, 578 
Aaronson, Neil Roger, 430 
Aasbrein, Victoria, 329 
Abbott, Arthur, 572 
Abbott, Charles Richard, 203 
Abbott, Susan, 307 
Abbuhl, Richard, 572, 576 
Abby, Darwin Gene, 411, 415 
Abdulian, Daniel H., 560 
Abe, Hiroshi, 188, 197, 430 
Abegg. Carl Frank, 149, 332 
Abel. Joseph Herman, 383 
Abelkis. Paul Richard, 204 
Abell, Janet Kay, 161 
Abell. William, 577 
Abendroth, Edwin Roland, 410 
Abolt, Orville Rex, Jr., 163 
Abraham, Eugene Victor, 382 
Abrahamson, David Alan, 90, 333, 

342 
Abrahamson, Mark Jay, 368 
Abramchik, Vladimar S., 390 
Abramowski, Harold J., 171, 191, 

196 
Abrams, Celia, 324, 430 
Abrams, David, 560, 573, 578 
Acacia. 332 
Accountancy Club, 185 
Acel, Tamas, 378 

Acheson, William Robert, 167, 430 
Ackerman, Gail Ina, 213, 325 
Ackerman, Gloria. 580 
Ackerman. Owen Hoerr, 166, 202, 

264, 270, 358 
Ackermann, Harvey Dennis, 201, 

380, 430 
Acree, Ann Elizabeth, 197, 308 
Activities and Oiganizations, 74 
Adam, Eugene, 165 
Adam, Nicholas, 354 
Adam, Waldemar, 430 
Adami, Daniel Gene, 410 
Adams, Bonnie Ruth, 209, 212, 327 
Adams, Carl, 549. 573, 577, 613 
Adams, Carol Elaine, 155, 178, 219 

279 
Adams. Charles Kenneth, 410, 430 
Adams, Dale Hunter, 430 
Adams, George Lawrence, 149, 332 
Adams, John Robert, 230, 375 
Adams, Paul Alex, 236, 243, 349 
Adams, Raymond George, 172, 173 

410, 430 
Adams, Richaid Lee, 148, 201, 213 

347 
Adams, Robert Ju